Allmand to Host Back 9 Night-Lite Golf Fundraiser

Allmand will be hosting the tournaments for a second year in a row to benefit two charities — Tiny Hands International and Give2Grow Phelps County.

Wed July 02, 2014 - Midwest Edition
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Allmand will be hosting the Back 9 Night-Lite Golf Fundraiser tournaments for a second year in a row to benefit two charities — Tiny Hands International and Give2Grow Phelps County. The tournaments will be held Aug. 15 and Aug. 16 at the Holdrege Country Club in Holdrege, Neb.

The Aug. 15 tournament will benefit Tiny Hands International, an organization based in Lincoln, Neb., that is committed to finding the greatest injustices in the world and working toward bringing relief to those living under its oppression — especially orphans, street children and the victims of sex trafficking in Nepal, Bangladesh and India.

The Aug. 16 tournament will benefit Give2Grow Phelps County, a non-profit organization sponsored by the Phelps County Community Foundation and a host of generous match partners in order to support and grow non-profits that provide valuable services in the area.

Give2Grow takes place in November and for 24 hours people, organizations and business can donate funds which are then distributed to participating local non-profit organizations.

Each tournament will have a tee-off time of 9 p.m. and participating four-person teams will be playing the back nine of the Holdrege Country Club under the light of Allmand portable light towers. It takes approximately 60 light towers to light up the course which will be powered by diesel provided by Bosselman Energy in Holdrege.

For more information, call 308/995-4495 or visit www.allmand.com.




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