Disc golf benefiting the hungry
A local group is playing their favorite game while supporting organizations that feed the hungry.
The Grand Valley Disc Golf Club has donated over $45 thousand to local non-profits since 2005, and the group is back at it again this year.
The money collected from the 2013 "Ice Bowl" game will benefit Catholic Outreach's Soup Kitchen, Child and Migrant Services, and Agape Food Basket. All are originations dedicated to fighting hunger.
“Everybody thinks about them for Thanksgiving and Christmas and kind of forgets after the first of the year, so we think this is a great time to keep that momentum moving forward,” Rock Cesario, president of Grand Valley Disc Golf Club said.
Anyone who's interested in disc golf, or supporting the growth of the sport in the Grand Valley, is welcome to become a member of the club.
It costs just $15 a year, which goes towards maintaining courses.
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