Moretti's and NWSRA host golf outing to benefit children and adults with disabilities

  • Golfers from around the Northwest suburbs will tee off at the annual Moretti's/NWSRA Golf Classic on Wednesday, Aug. 18

    Golfers from around the Northwest suburbs will tee off at the annual Moretti's/NWSRA Golf Classic on Wednesday, Aug. 18 Courtesy of Maria Sposito

 
 
Updated 8/4/2021 9:27 AM

On Wednesday, Aug. 18, golfers from around the suburbs will tee off at the Moretti's/NWSRA Golf Classic to support recreational opportunities for children and adults with disabilities.

The event will be hosted at the Schaumburg Golf Club & Academy, 401 Roselle Road, Schaumburg. Special Leisure Services Foundation (SLSF), the fundraising arm of NWSRA will receive all proceeds from the event to support NWSRA programs.

 

A full breakfast will be provided, with Zing Zang hosting a Bloody Mary bar. Throughout 18 holes of golf, golfers will enjoy lunch provided by Joey's Beef, and afterward, Ala Carte Entertainment will serve up a pig roast for all in attendance.

Proceeds from this annual outing will be utilized to purchase and/or maintain accessible vehicles to transport children and adults with disabilities to NWSRA recreation and leisure programs. Transportation is one of the largest barriers as to why people with disabilities are not able to participate in meaningful and everyday activities. NWSRA provides recreational programs so that children and adults with disabilities have the opportunity to have fun, make friends, be included, go new places, learn new things and celebrate their lives.

Individual registration is still available at $175 per golfer, and foursome registrations are available at $650 per foursome.

For information or to register, visit www.slsf.me or contact Cathy Splett at (847) 392-2848, ext. 244 or email cathys@slsf.me.

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