NEW BRUNSWICK — Due to inclement weather on Oct. 11, New Brunswick Elks Lodge 324 has rescheduled its annual golf outing for this Friday, Oct.18, at the Rutgers University Golf Course to raise funds for the Elks many charities, including programs designed to help children with special needs and veterans.
Participants may pickup a registration form at the Lodge at 40 Livingston Avenue in New Brunswick, or may register on the day of the event at 8 a.m. at the Rutgers University Golf Course at 777 Hoes Lane West, Piscataway.
The day includes a full round of golf, breakfast, an afternoon reception for guests, dinner, awards, and an after-festivities party for all who sign up for the annual event. Tickets are $150 per player, and $500 per foursome.
Local merchants and civic organizations are invited to participate as sponsors to advertise their products and community offerings.
For more information, call the lodge at (732) 545-0658 and leave a message for Mike Blackwell.
The New Brunswick Elks is a charitable organization dedicated to serving the community. In addition to helping special needs children and veterans, the Elks provides facilities for a variety of community groups, awards college scholarships to local youths, and offers a range of athletic and educational programs geared toward keeping children drug-free.
The New Brunswick Elks has 450 members from New Brunswick and surrounding communities, including North Brunswick, Milltown, Highland Park and Franklin Township.
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