The Canyon Lake Jr. Women’s Club is holding a Helicopter Ball Drop on Saturday, April 1, at the Canyon Lake County Club. Proceeds will benefit the Jr. Women’s Club Scholarship Program.
Participants can enter the contest by purchasing numbered golf balls for $10 each or five for $40.
At a designated time, all the golf balls will be dropped over the putting green from a helicopter. The person whose numbered golf ball lands in the hole first is declared the winner and will be awarded $1000. In the event a golf ball does not drop into the hole, the person whose golf ball is closest to the hole will be awarded $500.
To enter this event, click here. Participants do not need to be present to win.
The Canyon Lake Jr. Women’s Club is a non-profit philanthropic club. Its mission is to provide students with scholarships, assist families in need, and provide safe playground equipment for area parks. To accomplish this mission, the club hosts several fundraisers throughout the year. For more information, visit www.canyonlakejwc.org.
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