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[CANCELLED] 9th Annual “Socks for Survivors” Golf Scramble
July 31 @ 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
With regret, in light of the Covid-19 crisis, we have cancelled our July 31st “Socks for Survivors” Golf Scramble. We made this difficult decision for several reasons, including our reduced planning capacity, the current financial strain faced by many of the event’s most faithful donors and hole sponsors, and our reluctance to jeopardize anyone’s health by encouraging a large group to gather.
A special thanks to our 2020 Major Sponsors. We hope to recognize you all in person, and visit with other community supporters, at our “Behind the Mask” New Year’s Eve Gala. At this point, we expect the gala to proceed as planned, but we will be monitoring the situation closely to make sure we can move forward with full confidence that the event will not pose a health threat to volunteers, guests or community members.
We will keep you informed of any changes and appreciate your support of our critical work.
ON JULY 31st, BUST OUT YOUR COOLEST SOCKS, SUPPORT SURVIVORS AND WIN PRIZES!
MAC SPORT & MARINE presents CASDA’s 9th Annual Golf Scramble, “SOCKS FOR SURVIVORS,” Friday, July 31st, at Nemadji Golf Course, RAIN or SHINE.
Proceeds from this event will help CASDA continue services to victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.
Special events include: *Multiple team prizes (men’s, women’s, mixed, and random) *Proximity prizes *A chance to see how far you can drive a pair of balled-up socks! *50/50 drawing *Sock prizes for best mismatch, best team socks, best individual socks and “If these socks could talk” *Donate a pair or package of new socks for your chance to win a door prize!
Additional details: *Team check-in starts at 10:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 12:00 p.m. *Early bird cost for a four-person team is $90 per player, which includes green fees, cart rental, complimentary dinner and team photo. **$100 per player the day of the event.
Our “Socks for Survivors” theme was created by former CASDA board member Sarah Mayne in 2015 to help bring attention to the fact that survivors served by CASDA may be fleeing a violent situation with only the clothes on their backs. Donations of new socks for children and adults are always needed and welcome at CASDA. The theme is fun for golfers, too, because we encourage and award prizes for the wackiest and classiest socks on the course.