Saturday, September 14, 2013; 9 a.m.
Location: West Appleton Country Club, 2306 West Appleton Road, Appleton, Maine
Contact: Georges River Land Trust; 207-594-5166
The Georges River Land Trust is pleased to host its second annual PUTT for the PATH Golf Tournament at the West Appleton Country Club on Saturday, September 14, 2013, at 9:00AM in Appleton, Maine. The format is a shot-gun start, 18-hole scramble (best ball) with four golfers per team and no handicap. Registration is now open, and the entry fee is $30 for individuals, $120 for teams of four players. The entry fee includes greens fees, the use of one golf cart, a cookout lunch at the conclusion of play, and an assortment of prizes. All proceeds from the tournament will be used to support the Georges Highland Path, an extensive local trail system in the St. George River watershed. For more information or to register, visit www.GeorgesRiver.org/golf, or call (207) 594-5166.
Local businesses are invited to sponsor a hole for $100, a great way to show your logo and support for local trails. For more information about sponsorship opportunities, call Mike Vilchinsky, Tournament Coordinator, at (207) 273-3351.
The Georges Highland Path, built and maintained by Georges River Land Trust, is a 40-mile system of “conservation trails” that gives hikers a unique look at the St. George River watershed. The goal of the Path is to help people forge a close relationship with the land and to develop an active interest in protecting this wonderful region. All proceeds from the golf tournament will be used to help maintain the Path as safe and enjoyable for hikers, including routine trail maintenance, new bog- and footbridges, parking lot improvements, and seasonal trails staff.
Organized in 1987, the Georges River Land Trust works to conserve the ecosystems and traditional heritage of the Georges River watershed region through permanent land protection, stewardship, education and outdoor experiences. The watershed extends from Montville in the north to Port Clyde and Cushing in the south and includes streams, ponds, lakes, wetlands, farms, hills, mountains, blueberry barrens and forest, as well as a rich tidal estuary of salt marsh, clam flats and productive fishing grounds. For more information, please visit Georges River’s website (www.GeorgesRiver.org) or call (207) 594-5166.