Published on Wednesday, 30 November -0001 00:00
New Beginnings Fifth Annual "Birdies For Babies" fundraising golf tournament will take place Thursday, May 17. New Beginnings, a St. Cloud nonprofit transitional home for young women, whose mission is to provide a safe, secure residence for pregnant women and their babies while fostering self-esteem, educational growth, and skills of living, parenting and decision-making based upon Christian values, has organized a golf tournament, buffet dinner and silent auction fundraiser at Eagle Trace Golf Club at 1100 Main Street, Clearwater, MN 55320. The tournament will be featuring a "Hole in One" with a chance to win a Harley Davidsonmotorcycle sponsored by Zylstra Harley Davidson.
New this year will be a fishing hole with a chance to win a
fishing rod and reel as well as more exciting things to be announced!
Community members can participate in a number of ways. To sign up to be part of the golf tournament, simply contact New Beginnings with your 4-member golf team to reserve a spot. The golf tournament registration fee of $90 per golfer, includes green and cart fees, a buffet dinner ticket and a registration prize. The tournament starts at 1 p.m. Buffet dinner tickets can be purchased separately and cost $25 per plate. Tickets can be purchased at New Beginnings. The silent auction will start at 5 p.m. and will end after dinner, dinner is at 6 p.m.
Community members can donate to the silent auction as well as become event sponsors. Contact New Beginnings for further information regarding donations at www.newbeginningsmn.org.
About New Beginnings
New Beginnings is a nonprofit residential program for single pregnant woman and women with babies. New Beginnings provides a safe secure residence for young women and their babies while offering life skills education as well as parenting and prenatal education through evening programming and direct case management. New Beginnings helps women develop lifelong skills to promote independent living success. New Beginnings opened its doors in 1983, and has since served over 655 women and their babies from diverse ethnic and economic backgrounds.