WASHINGTON, NJ – Abilities of Northwest Jersey, Inc. will be hosting their annual ABILI-TEES “Invitational” Golf Outing at Hawk Pointe Golf Club on Monday, June 23rd. Golfers are invited to come and enjoy a fun afternoon while supporting the works of Abilities and their mission of serving individuals with disabilities.
The tournament has been a sellout event for several years, with golfers registering early to reserve their spots. This years tournament offers play at the majestic, private course, Hawk Pointe Golf Club, offering 18 holes of golf, cart, continental breakfast, lunch, post tournament awards dinner, complimentary event t-shirt, golfer goodie/swag bag, and complimentary beverages during play, all for the same incredible value of $150. There will be Hole-in-One prizes and contests galore, door prizes and a silent auction raffle! New this year, winning teams will be flighted by their final team score, giving every team an opportunity to win!
The proceeds from this outing are dedicated to Abilities program services and mission of improving the employability and quality of life for people with disabilities by providing training and individualized services. Abilities is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 agency providing a full array of community integrated employment and day program services for individuals with disabilities for 40 years in Warren, northern Hunterdon, western Morris and southern Sussex counties.
A variety of sponsorship opportunities and individual golf packages are available along with non-golf sponsorships and program advertising. For more information on golf participation or sponsorship opportunities please call (908) 689-1118, email email@example.com, or visit www.abilitiesnw.com. Registration is limited to the first 132 golfers. Don’t miss out on one of the best outings in the area. Call and reserve your spot today!
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