Pierce County Peace Officers plan golf tourney June 12
SPRING VALLEY - The Pierce County Peace Officers Benevolent Association will hold its first annual golf tournament fundraiser June 12 at the Spring Valley Golf Course.
The 18-hole scramble tournament begins at 12 p.m. with a shotgun start. Registration and lunch are scheduled beforehand.
Cost is $240 per team of four (which includes 18 holes, cart and dinner). Cash prizes are available for the top three teams. There will be special contests on various holes including a car for a hole in one on a par 3, donated by River Valley Ford of Baldwin.
The event wraps with a 6 p.m. dinner, catered by The Valley Bar in Prescott.
Registrations are due by June 1 with checks payable to PCPOBA and mailed to 1564 97th Avenue, Hammond, Wis. 54015.
Individuals or businesses that would like to sponsor a hole or for more information, contact Chris Loos at (715) 977-0508 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
PCPOBA was incorporated in April 2003 as a private, non-stock charitable corporation. The association sprang from the desire of deputies Richard Johnson (retired) and Tom Gunderson to establish an organization that could support important educational and safety programs, particularly for local youth.