The chilly weather didn't keep golfers from coming out to Vista View Golf Course to support a great organization Friday.
The Carr Center has been apart of the community for almost 60 years now serving children with disabilities and seniors. Executive Director of the Carr Center Kim Hosler says that the money raised today benefits their programs.
"It benefits the youth services department of the Carr Center. Those programs are the toddler enrichment program, we provide...
The 4th Annual Champions of Fatherhood Golf Classic was held at the Jaycee's Golf Course Friday afternoon. Over 100 golfers came out to raise money for a good cause.
"This money will go toward funding Forever Dads, our programs, our events and activities that we do and encouraging, educating and equipping men as they develop positive relationships with the community and with their families and with their children."
A local golf tournament doled out large prizes to players and charities in the area.
In mid August, the 5th annual, Keith Shrider Golf Tournament took place at Green Valley Golf Course. The 94 participants played for big wins and on Wednesday, the lucky golfer who hit a hole in one claimed his prize.
"I think there is 16 holes worth $ 10,000 and one worth $50,000 said Winner," John Roberts. I was lucky enough to hit on number six at Green Valley and won $10,000....
Two local fire departments met at Jaycee's Golf Course and played a couple of rounds to raise money for their stations.
This is the first year that South Zanesville and the Newton Township Fire Departments participated in the joint golf outing.
"It worked out really well," said Newton Township Chief, Allen Deaver. The two departments work great together on a day to day basis on runs just about every fire run we go on, so it was a natural thing for us to work together to...
In partnership with local law enforcement, Terry's Tavern is hosting their second annual golf outing at the Green Valley Golf Course on August 4. Tim Arnold, part-owner of Terry's says it's a great way to give back to the community.
"It's in an association with the F.O.P., the Fraternal Order of Police here in Zanesville," said Arnold. "We're trying to raise money in support of their Christmas dinner where they serve the seniors during christmas."
Providing necessities for families in need is the goal of an event taking place next week.
The Muskingum Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross is having their 24th Annual Golf Outing in order to provide relief for victims of disaster in Muskingum County and the four surrounding areas. This is one of the organization's most important fundraisers of the year.
"Well we are not a government funded agency the only way do get the money for the services we provide is through the...
There were 25 teams and about 88 golfers that came out to Eaglesticks Golf Club in Zanesville to help raise money for the Zane State College Foundation.
"Our purpose is to raise money for scholarships and enrollment at Zane State College is up for the past several years and with that comes increased financial need. So a day like today we're out on the course having a lot of fun and raising money to help people in our community go to college," said Pamela Jira, Executive...
A sport mostly reserved for the spring, summer, and fall helped out a sport played in the winter on a chilly Saturday morning in Beverly. Golfers from around the area meant at Lakeside Golf Course to support Caldwell High School with the goal of raising money for the purchase of new uniforms for the boys basketball program. Fifteen teams participated in the event, including a team from WHIZ and the Times Recorder. According to Caldwell head coach Clint Crane,...
More than 100 golfers teed-up Saturday for a good cause.
The 5th annual East Side Community Ministry Golf Outing took place Saturday afternoon at the Jaycee's Golf Course. 104 golfers took part in the event. Former Board Member Mark Crawmer said that's more than ever before.
"It's non competitive and it's for fun and fellowship," said Crawmer. "It's to celebrate some of the accomplishments that East Side and just to have a good time, that's our...
It's a story that goes to show that even miles away, people can make a difference in someone's life.
A local family learned their 8-year-old son had been diagnosed with Pediatric Cancer. As the reality of their son's diagnosis set-in, his mother Cindy Bish, turned to an online blog as her means of coping. That's when it caught the attention of a former classmate of her husband, who began following the family's story and struggles.