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12:00AM 12:00AM $1 Million Hole in One Contest The Roseland Rotary Club's $1 million Hole-in-One contest, benefiting The Salvation Army Kroc Center, happens Saturday June 8th. Golfers can sign up to play at one of eight area courses. The costs are $1 a shot or $20 for 25 shots. The qualifying distance is 100 yards. The top 10 participants that hit closest-to-the-pin at each course move on to the semi-finals. Golf courses include: Knollwood Country Club, Morris Park Country Club, Blackthorn Topgolf Swing Suite, Notre Dame Burke, Eberhart-Petro, Elbel, Erskine Park, & Juday Creek.The semi-finals will be held at Notre Dame’s Burke Course on June 15th. The top ten semi-finalists from a qualifying distance of 150 yards, move on to the final round for a shot at a hole-in-one. Any golfer hitting a hole-in-one in the final round from 175 yards with split the $1,000,000 with The Salvation Army Kroc Center. 100% net proceeds of this contest help support the mission and programs at The Salvation Army Kroc Center, including the Walter A. Meyer Food Pantry, scholarships for children, after-school programs, financial assistance, and more. Contact Paul Szrom at at 574.968.5386 or paul_szrom@usc.salvationarmy.org .
10:00AM 2:00PM Elkhart Military Veteran Stand Down Goodwill and its partners have organized a Military Veteran Stand Down on Saturday, June 8th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. The event will be held in Elkhart at Disabled American Veterans. Veterans will receive information on employment and housing opportunities, details pertaining to Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits, health care, dental care, free personal care items, free clothing, care kits, backpacks, legal assistance, free dinner and more. To receive these benefits please bring a DD214 or a Military ID. Families are also welcome to attend. During the Vietnam War, a Stand Down was a time away from the battlefield when soldiers could rest from combat and take care of personal hygiene, eat warm meals, receive medical and dental care and enjoy the camaraderie of battle buddies in a safe environment. Today a Stand Down refers to a community-based intervention event that integrates, at one site and at one time, many resources and services that homeless or at-risk veteran and military families may need.
11:00AM 2:00PM Family Fun Day at the Eddy Street Commons The Eddy Street Commons is hosting a free Family Fun Day in the center Saturday, June 8th from 11am to 2pm. Come on down and enjoy the festivities! The kids will love the variety of fun activities offered such as crafts, face painting, balloon twisting, a magician, refreshments and more! Join us while you stroll around enjoying the specials offered from select tenants! http://www.eddycommons.com/ https://www.facebook.com/EddyStreetCommons
12:00PM 12:00PM $1 Million Hole in One Contest How can 175 yards equal $1,000,000? All it takes is hitting a hole-in-one!The Roseland Rotary Club's $1 million Hole-in-One contest, benefiting The Salvation Army Kroc Center, happens Saturday June 8th. Golfers can sign up to play at one of eight area courses. The costs are $1 a shot or $20 for 25 shots. The qualifying distance is 100 yards. The top 10 participants that hit closest-to-the-pin at each course move on to the semi-finals. Golf courses include: Knollwood Country Club, Morris Park Country Club, Blackthorn Topgolf Swing Suite, Notre Dame Burke, Eberhart-Petro, Elbel, Erskine Park, & Juday Creek.Bring a can of food for the Walter A. Meyer food pantry and receive 5 FREE shots!The semi-finals will be held at Notre Dame’s Burke Course on June 15th. The top ten semi-finalists from a qualifying distance of 150 yards, move on to the final round for a shot at a hole-in-one. Any golfer hitting a hole-in-one in the final round from 175 yards with split the $1,000,000 with The Salvation Army Kroc Center. 100% net proceeds of this contest help support the mission and programs at The Salvation Army Kroc Center, including the Walter A. Meyer Food Pantry, scholarships for children, after-school programs, financial assistance, and more.