11th Annual KGIB Clean and Green Golf Tournament Slated for May 13

Hit the Brunswick Country Club greens for a “clean and green” cause at KGIB’s May 13th golf tournament fund raiser.

11th Annual KGIB Clean and Green Golf Tournament Slated for May 13

BRUNSWICK, GA (April 18, 2019) — Green is the name of the game at the 11th annual Keep Golden Isles Beautiful “Clean and Green” golf tournament, where participants have fun on the greens and help keep the Golden Isles “clean and green” at the same time. The excitement takes place on Monday, May 13th at the Brunswick Country Club with an 11:30 AM tournament lunch and a 1:00 PM shotgun start. Limited to the first twenty teams to register, entry fees for this 4-player scramble are: $100/player and $400/team. Hole Sponsors: $100 each.

“The golf tournament is Keep Golden Isles Beautiful’s largest fundraiser,” said Keep Golden Isles Beautiful executive director Lea King-Badyna. “As a non-profit, these raised funds are imperative to further KGIB’s ongoing and new community improvement programs and are essential to the organization’s operation.”

Since 1979, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful has made a difference in Brunswick and Glynn County with beneficial “cleaner and greener” programs, projects and initiatives. As the community’s leading organization in community greening, litter reduction/collection and recycling/waste reduction, Keep Golden Isles Beautiful and its thousands of volunteers help make our “own backyard” the very best it can be.

“For forty years, KGIB has made a positive difference in our community,” said Clement Cullens, KGIB Board chairperson. “In 2018 alone, our volunteers were responsible for removing 89 tons of litter and 89 tons of recyclables from our roadways, parks, beaches and public spaces and contributed 13,000+ hours of volunteer service. This fundraiser assures the continuation of our many programs and services on which the community depends.”

To sponsor a tournament hole or enter a team, contact the Keep Golden Isles Beautiful offices at info.kbgib@gmail.com or 912/279.1490.

 

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