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29th Annual Cal Tenhet Golf Tournament


Since 1915, Kiwanis International has empowered members around the world to become competent, capable, compassionate leaders through service to others. Each year our Service Leadership Programs impact and inspire more than a million children, teens, young adults and adults with disabilities. In support of Service Leadership Programs, the Kiwanis Club of Spring Lake will be holding its 29th Annual Golf Tournament on Saturday, May 6, 2023, at Gates Four Golf and Country Club, 6775 Irongate Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28306.

Registration opens at 12 p.m. and shotgun starts at 1 p.m. Unlimited range balls for all participants before play. You can donate to our fundraiser by scanning the below QR Code, Cash App to $kiwanis01 (Gloria Nelson) or check. Please make all checks payable to Kiwanis Club of Spring Lake and send to 1006-B N. Bragg Blvd, Suite 125, Spring Lake, NC 28390. 

We are striving to raise scholarship money for our Service Leadership Programs to include elementary “Terrific Kids “and Bringing–up–grades (BUGS),  middle school “Builders Clubs” and high school “Key Clubs”. We are asking for your support to enable us to continue to promote and grow these leadership programs. Kiwanis’s Service Leadership Programs are uniquely designed to equip young leaders with skills and learning they can use throughout their lives. All proceeds will be utilized to support youth scholarships, senior citizens, and community service programs for the local area, including Fort Bragg and Spring Lake.

As always, thank you to our sponsors for supporting Kiwanis, the community, and for taking a lead role in making a difference for Service Leadership Programs.

Sponsorships are still available:

  • Platinum - $5,000
  • Corporate - $1,000
  • Gold - $250
  • Silver - $125
  • Bronze - $100

For more information, please contact Gloria Nelson at 910-527-6143 or springlakekiwanis@gmail.com.

“Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.”