Sunday 29 Mar 2020

Rotary’s Cabin Fever Golf Tourney Set For Friday

Kimberly Chapman and Noah Summerlin, UMO CFFA Officers

Rotary of Mount Olive is about to kick of their annual Cabin Fever Golf Tournament. The 36 Superball, three person teams will be teeing off on Friday, February 28, 2020 at 12:30 PM at the Southern Wayne Country Club. Hwy 55 Burgers Shakes & Fries will provide lunch for the golfers from 11 AM to noon. Prizes will be awarded to the first, second and third place teams. Golfers interested in bringing a team should contact Barton Baldwin at 919-658-9999 or Sprunt Hill at 919-658-9612 for information. Sponsorships are still available as well.

On Thursday, February 27, Rotarians and golfers are invited to a steak dinner and auction beginning at 6 PM at the Southern Wayne Country Club. Texas Steakhouse and Ribeyes of Mount Olive will provide the food and Rotarians will prepare the steaks. All proceeds of the Cabin Fever tournament will be used to sponsor local humanitarian projects, primarily families in medical or financial crisis and certain deserving community welfare programs.

Coats for Kids, sponsored by the University of Mount Olive Collegiate FFA every December, receives assistance from the Cabin Fever tournament. This project provides coats, hats and gloves to children in need at Carver Elementary and Brogden Primary Schools. In 2019 Coats for Kids provided 525 children with clothing. Rotarian Barton Baldwin, aka “Santa” assisted with the coat distribution.

Assisting with the golf tournament will be members of the UMO CFFA, including officers Kimberly Chapman and Noah Summerlin, who provided an update on the most recent Coats for Kids project, as well as other annual community service projects to Rotary of Mount Olive. Kimberly is an agriculture education major form Randolph County, and Noah is an agriculture education major from Mount Olive. Both students plan to teach in the Wayne county area upon graduation.

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