Foundation Assisting Seniors and Veterans of Sun City Aliante to Host Second Annual Charity Golf Tournament.
November 1st, 2016

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The Foundation Assisting Seniors and the Veterans of Sun City Aliante will be hosting their second annual golf tournament on Friday, Nov. 11 at the Aliante Golf Club located at 3100 Elkhorn Rd, North Las Vegas. The funds raised will be used on the Foundation’s current programs as well as new activities to benefit our senior population. Ed Bozarth Chevrolet is the presiding Platinum Sponsor of the charity golf tournament.

The entry fee is $75 and includes green fees, cart, range balls and lunch. The event is an open scramble and will have flights for men, women and mixed (2 men and 2 women).

“The money we raise will help us continue the work we do and help us to grow and create more programs to assist more people, and you get a fun day of golf out of it!” said Karl Vonderohe, golf tournament organizer and FAS volunteer.

The event will begin at 8 a.m. and conclude with an award luncheon, where raffle prizes, ranging from vacation packages to dinner gift certificates, will be given away. Prizes will also be given for “Closest to the Pin” and the “Longest Drive” competitions.

To register as a golfer for the event, contact Karl Vonderohe at 702-588-0553, or visit www.foundationassistingseniors.org. to obtain a registration form and mailing information.

About Foundation Assisting Seniors (FAS)

FAS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public benefit corporation dedicated to improving the quality of life in the senior community. Last year, the Foundation responded to more than 9,000 requests for assistance services, including providing non-medical health assistance, limited home maintenance assistance (i.e. changing light bulbs, servicing water softeners), transportation services, loans of mobility equipment and funding for senior support groups. As it enters its eleventh year of service to the senior community, the Foundation will continue its development and funding of new services while maintaining and improving its existing service and communications commitments to assure the safety, security and independence of the senior community.