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Golf Outing to Benefit Green Village Fire Department

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A golf outing to benefit the Green Village Fire Department will be held on September 18, 2017. This year’s Annual Golf Outing will be held at Fairmount Country Club in Chatham Township and is a day of fun and prizes for golfers. Individuals or groups of four may sign up to play.

The day culminates with dinner at the firehouse and announcement of prize winners. The cost is $175 per person or $900 for a corporate sponsor which includes a foursome and sign sponsorship. Golf sign sponsors are $250 per sign that advertise the entire year at the firehouse and firehouse events. For all repeat sponsors, the renewal fee is $200 per year.

Please visit their website at www.greenvillagefire.com to download a registration and/or sponsorship form. If you have any questions, please e-mail us at greenvillagefire@gmail.com or call Joe Sodano at 973-377-7073 extension 4. More information can be found on their Facebook Page or on their website at www.greenvillagefire.com.

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