Saturday, June 7, marks the 7th annual Angie Wenzel Scramble, a fun event held in memory of Angie Wenzel. Wenzel passed away in 2009 at the age of 29 from Inflammatory Breast Cancer, and golfers who register for the tournament will be supporting a great cause: All proceeds collected from this event will be donated to our partner Make-A-Wish Wisconsin in memory of Angie.
Held at the Maplecrest Country Club in Kenosha, Wis., this event starts at noon and features a four-person scramble format. Registration is from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Visit the Facebook event page for more information about registering. The fee of $75 per person includes: 18 holes of golf, a cart, range balls, pressure ball, lunch, and door prizes.
If you have questions, or need further information about registration, please contact one of the following people: Morgan Wenzel at (414) 758-7224 or email@example.com; Bill Bark at (414) 574-1182 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or Don Lichucki at (414) 708-7771 or email@example.com.
A Day Filled With Fun
In addition to the fun of the scramble, participants will also enjoy competitions such as: Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, Longest Putt, and hole-in-one prizes. Other activities that add to the day’s excitement are a beanbag toss, dice game, ring toss, and prize wheel. Immediately after the scramble, the award ceremony and raffles begin.
Help Wisconsin Kids Get Their Wishes Granted
Attending the Angie Wenzel Scramble is a wonderful way to honor Angie’s memory while also helping to grant wishes for Wisconsin kids facing critical illnesses. If you are not able to attend the scramble, consider making a vehicle donation in honor of these children. When you donate a car, truck, boat, RV, or SUV to Wheels For Wishes benefiting Make-A-Wish Wisconsin, you will be helping to grant a wish that will bring hope, strength, and joy to a child in your community.
Donating is easy. Simply fill out an online vehicle donation form or call 1-877-431-9474 where one of our donation representatives will help you with any questions you may have about donating. Helping a wish come true is a great feeling that won’t go away!