CANTON - The fourth annual Pars for Paws Golf Tournament to benefit the Potsdam Humane Society (PHS) is scheduled for July 25 at the Partridge Run Golf & Country Club in Canton.
The tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 1 p.m., and includes a day of golf, food, a raffle and an opportunity to win prizes, including Hole-In-One, Longest Drive, Closest to Pin and more.
Monies raised from the tournament support PHS, a nonprofit organization serving 11 towns within St. Lawrence County. Last years tournament raised more than $7,500.
The Potsdam Humane Society provides services to some 1,200 animals each year, said Suzanne Smith, Potsdam Humane Society board member and tournament chair. Money from the tournament directly supports the animals in our care. Additionally, PHS offers educational programs for the community and local schools, a Pets for Veterans program, a successful low-cost spay and neuter program and more. All of this benefits our community.
The tournament is currently seeking sponsors and offers four levels of support:
Hole-in-One ($1,000) includes a featured listing in the program, two hole sponsorships, photo submission to local media, as well as year-round recognition at PHS shelter building and at Best Friends Thrift store in downtown Potsdam.
Gold ($500) includes a featured listing in the program, a hole sponsorship and photo submission to local media to as well as recognition at PHS, its web site and Best Friends Thrift Store.
Silver ($200) includes listing in program and on a poster displayed on specific holes, PHS, its web site and all acknowledgements as appropriate.
Bronze ($100) listing in program, PHS, its web site and all acknowledgements as appropriate
For more information about becoming a sponsor, please contact Suzanne Smith at (315) 212-1278 or visit the PHS web site at potsdamhumanesociety.org.
To register a four-person team, please stop by the shelter or go to potsdamhumanesociety.org or The Partridge Run web site at partridgerungolf.com for more information and registration forms.
The cost is $60 per person.