Big Brothers Big Sisters of Blair County is appealing to the community to participate in its 14th annual Sheetz & Pepsi Golf Classic & Dinner, in conjunction with Leonard S. Fiore Inc. and New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. Inc. The donor-funded organization challenges everyone to hit the green to help change the life of a child forever. The nation's leader in quality one-to-one youth mentoring services, Big Brothers Big Sisters holds itself accountable for and is able to measure specific youth outcomes. Its programs focus on educational achievement, avoidance of risky behaviors such as juvenile delinquency, higher self-esteem, confidence and the ability to relate to others. "Our annual golf tournament is a enjoyable way for businesses and individuals to support Big Brothers Big Sisters," said Gail Clapper, director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Blair County. "Moreover, it's the most rewarding round of golf you'll ever play." This year's golf tournament will be held July 25 at Iron Masters Country Club, Roaring Spring.
Registration begins at 11 a.m., and the tee time is 1 p.m.
To register as a golfer, sponsor or volunteer, contact Big Brothers Big Sisters of Blair County at 944-6129 or email@example.com.
Planning for the 14th annual Big Brothers Big Sisters golf tournament are (from left): front row — Little Brother Darrian, Little Brother Zakery, Little Sister Zoe and Little Sister Cheyenne; back row — Michael Fiore, executive vice president of L.S. Fiore Inc.; Gail Clapper of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Blair County; Steve Sheetz, chairman of Sheetz Inc.; Erica Shatzer, AmeriCorps member serving BBBS; and golf tournament committee members Brian Hall, Gail Irwin and Lynnea Detwiler.