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Inverness Sertoma Announces Golf Tournament Winners

By Meaghan Goepferich Posted on December 9, 2019

Inverness Sertoma 34th annual Golf Tournament “Golf for Kids” held at Citrus Hills Golf and Country Club, the Oaks Course on Sunday, November 24, 2019, was a day of golf and giving back to the community.

Inverness Sertoma Announces Golf Tournament Winners

The winners are: 1st Place Team – Bob Milford, Mike Muckenfuss, Mark Leblanc, Larry Elkin. 2nd Place Team – Eric Nelson, Chrismann, Mike Covina, George Covino. 3rd Place – Arthur Avery, Eric Avery, Brandon Avery, Robert Postelli. Closest to the Pin – Robert O’Brien and Longest Drive – Kyle Klauder. Congratulations everyone! Congratulations to the winning foursomes!

Special thanks to Love Honda, Citrus County Chronicle, WYKE, Black Diamond Golf, and Country Club, and Crystal River Subway, along with all our generous hole sponsors. We are especially grateful for the businesses and individuals that come back each year to support the annual tournament and Inverness Sertoma.

Inverness Sertoma Club works hard throughout the year to give monetarily and with their time to Camp Endeavor, a 501c3 summer camp for deaf and hard of hearing children; Kids Deaf Baseball Camp at the Villages; Sertoma Youth Ranch which provides youth groups from all over Florida the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors at no charge, including physically and mentally challenged children.

And of course, the Club gives back right here in Citrus County in many ways including donations to the Boy Scouts and our Citrus County School District by adopting classrooms each year and providing funding for supplies.

For more information visit: https://sertoma.org/

SERvice TO Mankind, SERTOMA. It’s more than just how we got our name, it’s been our foundation for over 100 years. Sertomans across the country are unified with a single purpose: serve our communities and improve the lives of those who need help.

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