Tee It Up For Homeless Pets at St. Hubert's Golf Classic

TEE IT UP FOR HOMELESS PETS AT ST. HUBERT'S GOLF CLASSIC Rohan, a St. Hubert's adoptee, and St. Hubert's Golf Committee invite golfers and pet lovers to participate in the animal welfare organization's Second Annual Golf Classic on Monday, October 12 at the Fairmount Country Club in Chatham. Participants will help raise much-needed funds for the homeless dogs and cats cared for by St. Hubert's. For more information, call 973-377-7094 or visit:

St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center and the Fairmount Country Club of Chatham invite golfers and pet lovers to participate in St. Hubert's Second Annual Golf Classic on Monday, October 12. Participants will help raise much-needed funds for the homeless dogs and cats cared for by St. Hubert's.

The Second Annual Golf Classic is currently seeking corporate sponsors, foursomes and single players to participate in the day's activities. Monies raised from the various levels of sponsorships will assist St. Hubert's in supporting the more than 4,000 animals cared for annually by its Madison and North Branch shelters and help to meet the community needs through programs such as Pet Adoption and Animal Control, Humane Education, Animal-Assisted Therapy, Pet Loss Support, Shelter Partnering and Doggy Day Camp.

"As a nonprofit organization, seeking monetary support during these tough times is a continuing challenge. We are so grateful to our sponsors and supporters. They really make a difference for the thousands of homeless animals in our care," said Jane McClellan, Vice President of Development at St. Hubert's.

Pre-registration is required and golfers may check in beginning at 10:30 a.m. Lunch begins at 11 a.m. followed by a shotgun start at 12 noon. The event culminates with a dinner reception and awards ceremony at 6 p.m.

The Fairmount Country Club is located at 400 Southern Boulevard in Chatham. Contests throughout the day include Hole-In-One, Closest to the Pin, Most Accurate Drive, and overall Low Team Net Score. Participants will also have the opportunity to win a Grand Prize raffle featuring a Giants VIP Football Package. The prize includes two field side seats behind the Giants' bench, meals, snacks, beverage service and stadium side parking.

For more information and registration, call 973-377-7094 or visit

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