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Play for a Good Cause and Several Chances to Win at the 24th Annual Golf Scramble


August 23, 2017 | View PDF

Gem City Motors is happy to donate this brand new 2017 Chevy Silverado to anyone who gets a hole-in-one on hole 9 during the 24th Annual Golf Scramble at Sidney Country Club. Pictured from left to right are Sales Manager Nate Creek, Lakayla Nentwig, Gem City's General Manager and Sales Consultant Wayne Nentwig and Executive Director of the Foundation for Community Care Gina Heckey.

The Foundation for Community Care is excited to announce that Gem City Motors has donated a new 2017 Chevy Silverado valued at over $47,000 as the prize for anyone who gets a hole-in-one on the 9th hole during the 24th Annual Golf Scramble. Gem City was happy to sponsor the prize for the fundraising event. The golf scramble will be held Saturday, Aug. 26th at the Sidney Country Club. The shotgun start is at 9 am and golfers are encouraged to play for a good cause.

This tournament is the last of the summer and is filled with fun right from the start. Upon checking in, golfers have the opportunity to choose a gift from the pop-up pro shop as a thank you for their support of local healthcare.

Golfers will also enjoy continental breakfast, bloody mary & mimosa bar, lunch in the club house, snack and beverages on the course and a cocktail house following play.

Located at one of the holes, for the 3rd year, will be an air cannon that golfers can use for a donation, to give their ball some extra distance.

Six grand prize winners will get a Yeti cooler provided by Johnson Hardware. There will be other prizes.

This tournament has raised more than $375,000 to benefit local healthcare over its 23-year history. Golfers are encouraged to come out and enjoy a day of golfing while supporting quality healthcare in their community. Registration is $150.00 per person, with six people to a team. Both complete teams and individuals are invited to register online at, call 406-488-2273 or stop in at 221 2nd St. NW in Sidney.


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