at one of central Ohio’s premier golf destinations –
Check in at the registration table and lunch begins at 11:00 a.m. NOON Shotgun Start. Cost is $125/player or $500/team of four.
Sponsorship opportunities for the golf outing are also available. A limited number of team slots are available!
Proceeds from the annual Golf Outing benefit the programs and activities of the Rotary Club of Grove City, including funding student scholarships, improving and maintaining Rotary Lake at Fryer Park, donating $50,000 to the shelter house currently under construction at Rotary Lake, hosting the annual Relay for Life Survivors Dinner, contributing monthly to the Grove City Food Pantry and many other local and international projects.
The Rotary Club of Grove City meets every Thursday morning at 7:30 a.m. at the Pinnacle Golf Club, 1500 Pinnacle Club Drive. Meetings are one hour. Fellowship begins at 7 a.m. Anyone interested in the club is welcome to attend any weekly meeting.
If you would like to register and pay online through PayPal, please click links below:
Click Here to register online. If you are using the PayPal links below to make your payment, please make note of this in the payment field of the registration form. Please note that there are limited openings and all teams must pay before spot is reserved.
Individual Player $125
Team (4 players) $500
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Rotarians around the world embraced polio eradication through the Polio Plus program – which started as an idea from one, single Rotarian and became a worldwide effort. For the past 25 years, Rotarians and our partners have worked to administer the vaccine in every country and put an end to this crippling disease.
While polio was eliminated in the United States decades ago, it still exists in 2012. Last year India, long a country with a torrent of polio cases effecting thousands of children, announced it hasn’t had a new case reported in an entire year.
Polio is now an epidemic only in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Nigeria. Polio has plummeted since 1988, when the disease infected about 350,000 of the world’s children every year. As of September of this year, there were 134 global cases of polio in 2012, which compares with 364 for the same period in 2011.
Rotary is committed to this cause and that includes the members of the Grove City Rotary Club. In October Rotary International announced its plans to contribute $75 million over three years to the Global Polio Eradication Initiative as part of a world-free effort to close the $945 million funding gap. Your TAX DEDUCTIBLE contribution, and our Club’s $500 match, will help close that gap.
Our international service organization has raised over $1 billion dollars, through the efforts of Rotarians and supporters in more than 200 counties. Rotary and its partners have reached more than 2.5 billion children with the oral polio vaccine, preventing more than 5 million cases of paralysis and hundreds of thousands of pediatric deaths. If eradication fails and polio rebounds, up to 200,000 children a year could be paralyzed.
Please contribute as much as you can. Any amount is greatly appreciated. You will receive an email receipt of your contribution for your records.
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