Members who participated in the IAM Local 1725 first annual Union Golf Tournament signed an event poster. Proceeds for the event went to the Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte, NC.
More than 100 people took a swing at raising money this week for the Charlotte, NC, Levine Children’s Hospital at the IAM Local 1725 first annual Union Golf Tournament hosted by the local’s Women’s/Human Rights and Young Workers Committees.
The outing took place at Larkhaven Golf Club where teams competed in the four-man scramble format tournament.
The event raised nearly $2,500 for the hospital.
Credit for the success of the fundraiser goes to the members of Victory Lodge 1725 Women’s/Human Rights and Young Workers Committees: Women’s/Human Rights Committee Chair Renae Miller, Helena Thornton, Lisa Leathers, Maureen Kelly and Louis Gilmore, Young Workers Committee Chair Craig Vanderhoof, Koley Stowe, Joe Petrick and Mike Knoble.
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