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Golf raffle fundraiser features trip to California
The Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara Foundation's 15th annual golf raffle is taking place Sunday, April 27, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Sanborn Fire Hall, 5811 Buffalo St. The event offers golf enthusiasts the chance to win more than $20,000 in men's and women's golf-related equipment and trips. All proceeds will benefit programs and services provided by Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout Niagara County.
Upstate Pharmacy, WGRZ-TV Channel 2, Compu-Mail and Niagara Falls Coach Lines sponsor the event.
Admission includes a chance to win the main door prize, which features air travel for four to Palm Desert, Calif.; four nights suite lodging at Marriott's Shadow Ridge Resort; two half-day lessons at the Marriott Golf Academy; and two rounds of golf on the resort's course for the dates of Sep. 10-14, 2014. The trip is valued at more than $8,000. Ticket purchasers do not have to be present to win.
Tickets are $50 and include admission, dinner and a chance to win the grand prize trip and one of 10 major prizes, some of which include Callaway X2 Hot Irons, TaylorMade RBZ Irons, Tour Edge Reaction & Ladies Tour Edge full set of clubs and golf bags. Both men's and women's prizes will be featured along with left-handed clubs. The event also includes a cash bar, side raffle prizes and a 50/50 drawing.
Only 500 tickets are available. Those interested in purchasing tickets are encouraged to purchase in advance by calling Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara at 716-297-6400, ext. 335, or online at www.opportunitiesunlimited.org. Any tickets not sold during the presale period will be available on a first-come, first-served basis at the door, the day of the event.
The mission of the Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara Foundation is to provide a long-term source of financial support that ensures people with developmental disabilities have opportunities toward independence and integration within the community.