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Foothills Animal Foundation, the nonprofit that supports Foothills Animal Shelter, one of the largest animal shelters in the metro Denver area, will host the sixth annual Mulligans for Mutts Golf Tournament on Monday, June 13. Participants can choose to play a great round of golf in the morning or afternoon at the exclusive Lakewood Country Club. This popular event, which also features adoptable dogs (and their “walkers”) out on the course, has sold out the last three years. In 2010, Mulligans for Mutts raised nearly $30,000 with over 200 participants — making it one of the most well attended events to benefit the Shelter. Proceeds from this year’s tournament will help the Shelter fund many of its vital programs including adoptions and veterinary services. An entry fee of $185 per golfer includes access to the driving range and putting green, 18 holes of golf, cart rental, contest prizes and lunch. Tournament play will begin with a shotgun scramble start at 7:30 a.m. for the morning round and 1:30 p.m. for the afternoon round. Due to past success and previously sold-out tournaments, this year participants may now choose from two separate flights. Signing up early will secure a spot in a preferred flight. Golfers can also win prizes by competing in various contests such as putting, longest drive, ball drop and hole-in-one. Mulligans for Mutts is hosted at one of Colorado’s premier private golf clubs, Lakewood Country Club. The 100-year-old course was established in 1908 on an original farm site and designed by Tom Bendelow and Donald Ross. The beautiful grounds take the shape of a rolling, wooded area, which feature a creek the length of the course along with four lakes as water challenges. Rich in history, not only does this full-service country club feature impeccably maintained grounds, but access to the multimillion-dollar clubhouse facilities as well. Lakewood Country Club is located at 6800 West Tenth Avenue in Lakewood. Part of the tournament entry fee may be considered a donation and all other donations to the Foundation may be deductible as a business or personal expense. For more information regarding the golf benefit or becoming a sponsor, please contact Caitlyn Ray, Foothills Animal Foundation Development Manager, at 720-407-5226.
The mission of Foothills Animal Shelter, previously known as Table Mountain Animal Center, is to provide the best care possible for every animal that enters our doors. The organization is a true resource for the pet community — including low-cost spaying and neutering, vaccinations, microchipping, dog licensing, community room rental and dog training. Founded in 1976, the public/private partnership provides animal control services to nine municipalities within Jefferson County. The open-admissions facility (that never turns any animal away) cares for over 9,000 animals annually and is one of the largest animal shelters in the metro Denver area. The organization moved into a brand new 33,000-square-foot facility in August of 2010. Visit www.FoothillsAnimalShelter.org for more information and to view all of the animals up for adoption.
June 1, 2011
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