In recognition of National Police Week, the Hot Springs Village Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association (HSVCPAAA) is hosting their 2nd annual golf scramble and barbecue dinner fundraiser on Friday, May 18th. Golfers will enjoy their round of golf at the beautiful Ponce de Leon Golf Course. The all-day event features lunch by Mulligan’s, dinner after golf at the Balboa Pavilion catered by Smokin’ in Style BBQ, and prizes galore – flight prizes, flag prizes, putting contest, a chance to win a car for a hole-in-one, 5/50 drawing, chip to win a kayak contest, just to name a few.
The event is a four-person scramble, with check-in at 9:30 a.m. and a shotgun start at 11 a.m. The dinner and prize ceremony at the Balboa Pavilion begins at 5 p.m. Current law enforcement officers eat free, and walk-in dinner tickets are available for $15.
The cost is $90 per person to register for golf. Registration forms are available at www.HSVCPAAA.com
and must be submitted by May 1st. Donations and sponsors are welcome. HSVCPAAA is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization; a portion of registration fees is tax-deductible, as are all donations and sponsorships.
The mission of the HSVCPAAA is “to support the efforts of the Hot Springs Village Police Department to improve the general welfare of our residents, by dedicating resources for meaningful positive community outreach and awareness.” The funds raised by this event will be used to purchase a MILO firearms training simulator to for law enforcement personnel in Hot Springs Village and surrounding cities.
For more information, contact Tom Powal at 847-404-1663.