2016 Golf Outing


What: 24th Annual Golf Outing
Shotgun Start – 11:00 a.m.
4 Person Scramble – Best Ball

When: Saturday — August 20, 2016 / Rain or Shine
Course closer (Flooded) makeup date September –, 2016

Where: Whetstone Golf Club
5211 Marion-Mt. Gilead Road
Caledonia, Ohio 43314
(740) 389-4343

Cost: $240.00 per four man team / Non-refundable!!!!!
Due August 8, 2016
18 holes of Golf with Cart
Hotdog or Bologna Sandwich and chips at the turn
Steak Dinner with beverages after golf

Money Holes, Proximity Prizes, Door Prizes, Skins (optional), Hole-In-One Prizes (only amateurs eligible for hole in one prize), 50/50 Drawing, 1st place team, 2nd place team and 3rd place team will receive prizes. **Due to the outstanding participation of our outing, the outing will be limited to the first 36 teams paid. You must prepay (non-refundable) and there will be no money taken day of the event.** *Soft Spikes Required*

Steve Young

“We choose a career on the front line – squaring off against those who would do battle with society. We willingly place ourselves in harm’s way – because that’s the American way.” -Steve Young

With roots as a police officer in Marion, Ohio, Steve Young became a tireless and influential advocate for law enforcement professionals and a trusted advisor to the federal government. In a tragically shortened but meteoric union career, Young was elected president of the Ohio Fraternal Order of Police in 1988, national vice president of the FOP in 1997, and national president in 2001.

Along the way he helped develop innovative and widely adopted programs to aid psychologically traumatized officers and improve police labor-management relations. Beginning in 2001 he worked with the Department of Justice on ways to resolve police-related civil rights issues and served on the post 9/11 Homeland Security Advisory Council. He also helped develop the Department of Labor’s “Resources and Investments in Spousal Employment” scholarships to aid families of fallen law enforcement officers. In 2003 the scholarships were renamed in his memory.

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