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It’s that time of year and the 8th annual Paul Pavlishin Memorial Golf tournament is just 3 months away.

Proceeds in 2017 will again be supporting Saints Peter and Paul SchoolAurora Aces Baseball Club and the Northwestern Brain Tumor Institute.  So many great families benefit from all that you do in supporting the PPMGT.  I know that Paul would be happy knowing so many of you have chosen over the years to support this tournament and honor such a wonderful man. We are expecting another full field and are excited about seeing everyone again in 2017!

This year’s event will again be held at beautiful Stonebridge CC on June 12th.  And to add to this year’s excitement, Stonebridge is just about finished with a major renovation of much of its clubhouse. All of the work will be completed shortly and the changes are simply phenomenal.  Along with the clubhouse project, there has been work on the golf course as well, specifically selected greens and bunkers. Needless to say, what was already a “tour” like facility has become that much better.

Like last year, we are asking our participants to use this link:  http://www.birdeasepro.com/PPMGT  to register online.  Tell us how many golfers you have and spend a few bucks on your recent stock market gains and sponsor something if you can.  I promise you, it will make you feel better. We are asking that everyone register and make your payments by June 1st.  Gesture will assist us with our auction process and Hennessy Ford will sponsor once again our hole in one car give away prize.

We can’t wait to see everyone on June 12th at Stonebridge CC.  Patra, Alex and Nick are looking forward to catching up with everyone and sharing all of the great things that are going on in their lives.  If this is your first year joining us, please make sure to stop by for quick chat and let us know you have joined us.  For all of our returning friends and family, thank you as always.

Please visit us on Facebook at the Paul Pavlishin Memorial Golf Tournament.

Sincerely,

Fred Lovely

Tournament Chair