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Contact Kelly Kemmerer at 570 476-9846 or execdirector@habitatmc.org

Monroe County Habitat for Humanity to Hold Golf Tournament at Buck Hill Falls

Abeloff Donates New Car for Hole in One

Stroudsburg, PA, July 8, 2016 – Monroe County Habitat for Humanity (MCHFH) will hold its 20th annual golf tournament followed by dinner on Friday, September 23, at the Buck Hill Falls Golf Club, the proceeds from which will support MCHFH’s vision of a world where everyone has a safe, decent place to live. MCHFH’s main focus for this year is Home Preservation  which allows homeowners affected by low income, age, or disability to make necessary repairs to their homes.

“We’re delighted to invite golfers to play this legendary Donald Ross course,” said Kelly Kemmerer, Habitat’s executive director.  “They can enjoy a round of golf in a challenging yet beautiful setting, and know they’re helping Habitat achieve its goal of repairing 30 homes for struggling Monroe County homeowners through our Home Preservation program.”

Dennis Mooney, tournament chair, promises an exciting day. The $115 entry fee not only includes 18 holes of golf, but also a buffet dinner, trophies, awards, and prizes, including a Hole in One prize of a new car donated by Jason Motts of Abeloff Buick/GMC in Stroudsburg.

“Sponsors like Abeloff are the key to our success,” Mooney said. “We are extremely grateful to Jason for his continued support, and we encourage other businesses to support this effort, as well. Sponsorships are available for as little as $150, and information about all the sponsorship packages can be obtained by calling the Habitat for Humanity office at 570 476-9846, by emailing execdirector@habitatmc.org, or by visiting www.habitatmc.org. You can also register for the golf outing using any of these options,” he said.

“We’re very proud of the fact that this tournament has raised more than $138,000 in the last 19 years, 100% of which directly benefits Monroe County Habitat for Humanity” Mooney said. “Have fun and support a worthy cause at the same time – it’s a win-win for sure.”