Look forward to a day of golf, games and food on Wednesday, Aug. 1. That day, the Niagara Police Athletic League will hold its seventh annual "Great Niagara Steakout" at the Hyde Park Golf Course and Oasis.
Attendees can take part in the event's traditional golf tournaments. With a choice of playing nine or 18 holes. Participants may take part in two golf sessions: a morning session that tees off at 7:30 a.m. and an afternoon session that tees off noon. While the afternoon session is full, Niagara PAL still has slots open for 7:30 a.m. Registration forms and information on both golf tournaments can be found atwww.niagarapal.com/golf.htm.
The Niagara PAL will also offer plenty of other fun activities to non-athletes, including raffles and auctions.
Niagara PAL encourages the public to get involved in this event. Sponsorship opportunities remain, and also openings for golfers or as dinner guests. The clambake starts at 4:30 p.m. and the dinner begins at 6 p.m. Dinner includes clams, corn, steak, and an ice cream sundae.
The event costs $100. Proceeds benefit the Niagara Police Athletic League, a non-profit devoted to preventing juvenile crime by promoting positive relations between youth and police and creating community activities. Annually, the non-profit serves more than 20,000 participants in the Niagara Falls School District who participate in 60 program-sponsored activities, both athletic and non-athletic.
Program coordinator Phil Mohr notes how important these funds are for the program. "All of our programs at Niagara PAL are low of cost or free of cost," he says. "So donations, both by participation in the event and outside of the event, are a big help."
Consider participating in this event for a fun-filled and charitable family activity. For more information, visit http://www.niagarapal.com/golf.htm or call 716-286-7038.