Touchet Valley Ladies Golf club donates to irrigation project
December 23, 2021
DAYTON-Touchet Valley Ladies Golf joined efforts to fund the irrigation project at the Touchet Valley Golf course. On December 15, Cherie Hinchliff from Touchet Valley Ladies Golf presented a $2,000.00 check to Sean Thurston, Touchet Valley Golf and Recreation treasurer. This donation was given to help fund the new irrigation project at the Dayton golf course, which will benefit golfers of all ages.
The club hosts Junior Golf each year, offering young golfers in our community a free week of instruction and a BBQ at the end of the week. The club provides the program to cultivate new golfers who will love the game as much as they do.
Cherie Hinchliff has been the chairperson in charge of Junior Golf for several years and was selected by the club members to present this donation. Due to COVID19 restrictions, the club has not been able to host Junior Golf for the past two years. They hope to offer a safe class for young golfers again in 2022.
Touchet Valley Ladies Golf is invested in the community and the beautiful golf course that golfers are fortunate to have in Dayton. The club is committed to helping make the course the best it can be for everyone who loves golf.
The club meets on Wednesday mornings from Spring to Fall. They welcome ladies interested in golfing to come and join their group. They strive to have fun when they golf, and it doesn't matter the level of experience. Email email@example.com if you would like more information.
All donations to the irrigation project through the Valley Giving Guide will be matched during December. Go to https://tinyurl.com/mrw72ftx.
There is still time to double your gift by taking advantage of the matching donation. Donations can also be made on the following Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/229814007566081/posts/1013772695836871/?sfnsn=mo