HVBF member Point Breeze Credit Union will hold the Second Annual “The Harvest” Golf Tournament on September 16 to benefit the Maryland Food Bank. Last year’s inaugural event raised $20,000 to feed some of the 665,000 people in Maryland who do not have enough to eat.
HUNT VALLEY, MD (5/1/19) --- Enjoy a day on the links while helping the Maryland Food Bank’s efforts to feed hungry Maryland families by participating in Point Breeze Credit Union’s Second Annual “The Harvest” Golf Tournament.
To be held on Monday, September 16 at Hayfields Country Club (700 Hayfields Road, Hunt Valley, MD), “The Harvest” Golf Tournament will feature a 12:30 p.m. shotgun start and 18 holes of golf – not to mention contests, refreshments, prizes, and giveaways.
“While Point Breeze is proud to be a reliable financial institution, we are deeply committed to being good neighbors and giving back to the communities we serve,” says Point Breeze President and CEO Bernard McLaughlin. “Our inaugural golf tournament was a huge success, bringing over 100 golfers together and raising $20,000 for the Maryland Food Bank. We look forward to another successful event to help strengthen the Maryland Food Bank’s efforts to feed some of the more than 665,000 people in Maryland who do not have enough to eat.”
“This year marks our 40th year of feeding hungry Marylanders, and we simply could not do the work we do without partners like Point Breeze Credit Union who are willing to step up and support our mission,” says Carmen Del Guercio, President & CEO of the Maryland Food Bank. “Last year’s ‘The Harvest’ Golf Tournament was a wonderful event, and we’re excited to build on that success to generate even more funds that will help provide healthy food to Marylanders in need.”
Point Breeze’s “The Harvest” Golf Tournament gives golfers a chance to play at one of this region’s premiere championship golf courses. Stretching more than 7,000 yards in picturesque Northern Baltimore County, Hayfields has hosted six PGA Tour Championships and challenged famed golfers including Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson, Hale Irwin, Lee Trevino, and Tom Kite.
The cost to play in “The Harvest” is $225 per golfer, or $900 per foursome. An early bird rate of $800 is offered to foursomes who register by August 15th. Registration costs include greens fees, cart, beverages, lunch, and dinner.
In addition, players can compete for a wide range of prizes, including the top three teams, hole-in-one, longest drive, closest to the pin, and assorted door prizes. There’s also a 50/50 cash raffle and a Mulligans & More Bundle which includes two mulligans, hole-in-one, longest drive, and closest to the pin contest chances, and one entry for door prize drawings for just $30 per golfer.
Early-bird registration for Point Breeze Credit Union’s “The Harvest” Golf Tournament is now open, and sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information or to register online, visit: https://www.pbcu.com/theharvest
You can also contact Karen Carbaugh at Point Breeze Credit Union at 443-589-0404 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Point Breeze Credit Union
Point Breeze Credit Union is one of Maryland’s largest credit unions, with more than 57,000 members and assets exceeding $770 million. A full-service financial institution that is member-owned and not-for-profit, Point Breeze offers easy, reliable banking through offices in Hunt Valley, Rosedale, Bel Air, Westminster, and Owings Mills, as well as more than 5,600 Shared Branch locations and 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs nationwide. Membership in Point Breeze is open to individuals who work, worship, or volunteer within 20 miles of a Point Breeze location. Point Breeze is federally insured by NCUA and an Equal Housing Opportunity lender. For more information, visit www.pbcu.com.