Event set for July 26, 2021 at The Lake Club of Ohio
POLAND, July 2021: After a two-year hiatus, Beatitude House and Window World will reunite for a bigger and better golf outing. This event, scheduled for Monday, July 26 at The Lake Club in Poland, Ohio will benefit the transformative work of the Beatitude House.
Title sponsors for the event include Associated Materials LLC and Jones Wealth Management. Additional sponsorships from over 25 local businesses and participation in this outing will directly impact the women and children served within the Beatitude House programs.
Over 140 golfers will begin the 18 hole scramble at the 11 a.m. shotgun start following registration and a continental breakfast provided by Window World. First and second place teams will take home gift certificates to The Lake Club Golf Pro Shop awarded at dinner following the scramble.
Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini will make a special appearance in the afternoon to sign bottles of his signature bourbon for those choosing to make a donation.
Mi Windows & Doors, Bodine Perry, and Wincore Windows and Doors will sponsor the two entrée dinner. Prizes for skill will be awarded in such categories as longest putt, closest to the pin, and longest drives for men and women. A 50/50 raffle will be held during dinner.
Live Auction items include two passes to the Memorial Tournament in Columbus provided by Murifield Village Golf Club, two 50-yard-line tickets to the Ohio State vs. Maryland game in October, two tickets and an overnight stay to the San Francisco vs. Cincinnati game in December, and dinner for eight in Wine Room at The Lake Club.
Beatitude House is celebrating 30 years of success in creating homes, providing educational opportunities and fostering healthy families. Starting in 1991 with four women and their children, Beatitude House has grown to offer three programs — housing, Immigrant Outreach, and Ursuline Sisters Scholars — which have transformed over 7,500 lives. A part of Ursuline Ministries, Beatitude House is a ministry of the Ursuline Sisters of Youngstown.