The Moraga Chamber of Commerce cordially invites you to its 4th Annual Golf and Tennis Tournament at the Moraga Country Club on Monday, September 21st. Yes, we have added a Tennis component to the day as well as a professionally run auction presented by Antiquities of San Francisco.
Here are the details:
Golf: $170 includes Practice Range and a lunch BBQ, Cart and refreshments, Prizes, Taco Bar dinner and drinks on the second floor of the Clubhouse and entrance to the auction. It is a shot gun start at noon and the round will include several challenges at different holes. Registration begins at 10 am at the Reception area of the Clubhouse.
Tennis: $75 includes refreshments and challenges throughout the tournament, Prizes, Taco Bar dinner and drinks at the Clubhouse and entrance into the auction. Registration begins at noon with play beginning at 1pm. Registration at the Courts.
Dinner and auction only $40/per person begins at 4:30 second floor of the Clubhouse.
Auction: Antiquities of California, authentic, autographed, framed and unframed items, one of a kind collectibles with Guarantee Certificate of Authenticity.
Sponsor A Hole - your name, company or message predominantly displayed at individual holes for $75 each.
Register by September 14th. Please make checks payable to the Moraga Chamber of Commerce and they can be mailed to 1480 Moraga Road I #254 Moraga 94556. Credit Cards (no American Express please) can be accepted. Payment can be made day of the event.
Proceeds from this event help support the Community Faire, Business Directory, Restaurant Brochure, New Business Opening brochure, Moraga Educational Foundation, 4th of July Fireworks, Holiday Tree Lighting, Moraga Junior's Garden Tour, AAUW, Advertising Partnerships, Workshops and Seminars and the Shop Moraga First Campaign supporting all local businesses.
Many thanks to our sponsors:
Registration forms can be found at www.moragachamber.org.
For more information, contact Kathe Nelson at 925-323-6524 or email@example.com.
Posted on Wed, August 26, 2015
by Kathe Nelson filed under