Annual Golf Classic to support positive youth development in Ulster County | Local announcements


HIGHLAND – Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County (CCEUC) is hosting the 23rd Annual Golf Classic on May 19 at Apple Greens Golf Course in Highland. The tournament raises funds for the Ulster County 4-H Youth Development Program, one of the oldest youth organizations in the United States. Players will join in for a great day of golf, food and excitement, while surrounded by the panoramic views of Mohonk Mountain and the Shawangunks. Register to play before May 12.

Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. and the four person jamming with a shotgun start will begin at 9:00 a.m. The $125.00 entry fee includes 18 holes of golf with a cart, breakfast continental, on-course snacks and lunch, plus a post-tournament dinner prize. There will be competitions with great prizes awarded to teams for first, second and third place, and much more.

Our programs help young people develop skills that last a lifetime through planned “learning by doing” experiences. Ulster County 4-H Youth Development caters to young people through programs, excursions and workshops covering a wide range of interests such as STEM, civic engagement, animal science And much more ! 4-H programs help young people develop valuable civic and life skills while encouraging them to serve others. These learned values ​​help develop leaders and independent thinkers

This fundraiser is made possible through sponsorships from CCE’s community of supporters including Farm Credit East, Rhinebeck Bank, Herzog’s Home & Paint Centers, Kingston Plaza and Sickler, Torchia, Allen and Churchill, CPA’s, PC. This year’s new special sponsors for the 9th and 18th holes are TDC Auto Repair, State Farm Agent Jim DeMaio and Gardiner Animal Hospital.

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