Community encouraged to tee off for charity

Community encouraged to tee off for charity

Published: 24 September 2013

Community encouraged to tee off for charity
Cr Russell Lutton and Oldmac Toyota Dealer Principal Graham Oldham are all set for the Logan City charity golf day.

Time is running out to register for the fourth annual Logan City Charity Golf Day.

The event, on Friday 18 October, will raise much-needed funds for a variety of charities and organisations supported by the Logan Mayoress' Community Service Committee and Logan PCYC.

Deputy Mayor, Councillor Russell Lutton (Division 2), said limited spots were left for the event.

"We have been blown away by the Logan community's involvement in the event, but we still have room for some more teams, so I'd encourage anyone who's interested to nominate fast," he said.

"It's only $375 to register a team or $100 per individual and donations of $2 or more are tax deductable. A barbecue dinner is included in that price, adding great value to what will be a great day out at one of Logan City's finest golf courses."

Cr Lutton said golfers had the chance to win a Toyota Yaris, thanks to Oldmac Toyota.

"Hit a hole in one on our nominated hole and the car is all yours," he said.

"We'll also have some other novelty hole prizes and sensational raffles to win.

"It's not only a great day out, but a fun way to raise much-needed funds for the Logan Mayoress' Community Service Committee and Logan PCYC."

The charity golf day starts at 11.30am. Register before Thursday 10 October by calling 3412 5402 or emailing jackieheal@logan.qld.gov.au.