Mini Golf Classic to Benefit the Madison Area YMCA’s 18th Annual Charity Golf Classic

Children and adults are invited to play in the Mini Golf Classic cohosted by the Madison Area YMCA and Anchor Golf Center. All proceeds will benefit the Madison Area YMCA’s 18th Annual Charity Golf Classic.

The Mini Golf Classic will take place at Anchor Golf Center’s 18-hole mini golf course located at 21 Route 10 East in Whippany, NJ on Friday, May 8, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Registration will take place at the door on a first-come, first-served basis. The cost is $10 per player and is open to ages 5 through adult. Teams may consist of up to four people. Door prizes will be raffled.

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For the past 17 years, all proceeds from the Madison Area YMCA’s Annual Charity Golf Classic have supported the Y’s financial assistance program that enables children and families, who would otherwise not be able to fully afford the cost, the ability to participate in Madison Area YMCA summer camp, membership and enriching programs.

The Madison Area YMCA’s 18th Annual Charity Golf Classic will take place on Monday, June 8, at the Fairmount Country Club in Chatham.

For more information please contact Golf Manager Chelsea Creo at 973.822.9622 x2266 or email ccreo@madisonymca.org or Volunteer Coordinator Melissa DeSalvo at 973.822.9622 x2248 or email mdesalvo@madisonymca.org.

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