Winterhawks Charity Weekend August 18th
On the weekend of August 18th, the Portland Winterhawks Hockey Club will be hosting their annual Winterhawks Golf Tournament with an added feature of Charity Dinner and Silent Auction.
The Winterhawks Charity Weekend will be donating all proceeds to OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital and the Winterhawks Amateur Hockey Association. Not only is this an opportunity to mix and mingle with hockey's finest, but it's a chance to raise money and awareness for the hockey community.
Charity Dinner- Sunday, August 18th, Langdon Farms Langdon Farms Golf Club | 24377 NE Airport Rd #1 | Aurora, OR 97002
At Sunday's Charity Dinner event guests will be treated to a BBQ-style dinner in the Red Shed at Langdon Farms. Those attending will have the opportunity to participate in a live and silent auction on items such as signed jersey's from Winterhawks Alumni, Portland experiences and more! Comedian and Canadian native, Kelly Taylor will also be in attendance. His hockey background and comedic wit will open the floor to lots of laughs and an assured night of fun!
For questions about the charity dinner, please contact Ian Stansfield at email@example.com.
Golf Tournament- Monday, August 19th, The Reserve The Reserve | 4805 SW 229th Ave, Aloha, OR 97007
On Monday, August 19th, teams are invited to participate in our 18-hole golf tournament where you will find Winterhawks Alumni and Staff on the putting green right alongside you.
For more information on the golf tournament please contact Kyle Gustafson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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