AHEPA Chapters of Long Island Host First Annual Golf Outing, June 7

NEW YORK – AHEPA Chapters of Long Island, NY host the First Annual Golf Outing, Monday, June 7, tee-off, 10 AM, lunch, noon, at The Golf Club at Middle Bay in Oceanside, NY.

The private event is limited but open to all Ahepans, friends, and family.

The event includes a full 18 holes of golf, breakfast and lunch. Funds raised from this event will be used to support the many scholarships and philanthropic endeavors as well as create a memorable experience for all involved.

Tickets are $150 per person and include: Golf carts, breakfast and lunch, beer and refreshments, auction raffle and prizes, and a chance to be the $25,000 hole in one winner.

More information is available online: http://www.ahepa170.org/536-2/.


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