Huntington Elks to Host 34th Annual Golf Outing

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 The Huntington Elks will be hosting their 34th Annual Anthony “Biff” Bifulco Golf Outing on Monday, August 6 at Crab Meadow Golf Course in Northport. This year, the outing will honor Elks member Raymond E. Sipel, who was a part of the Elks Golf committee for 20 years and Chairman for 15 years. 

The fun-filled day will include breakfast at the course, followed by a buffet dinner and cocktails at the Huntington Elks Lodge. Check-in and breakfast will begin at 6:45 AM followed by a shotgun start at 8 AM. Lunch can be purchased at the course. Crab Meadow Golf Course is a beautiful venue that will challenge all players. 

The Golf Outing is one of the Huntington Elks’ most enjoyable and important events of the year. As their top fundraiser for all their charitable deeds, the outing helps support Veterans, Boy and Girl Scouts, and numerous other charities through their Lodge and Grand Lodge Programs. 

“The Huntington Elks Golf Outing is always a fun-filled event and a great way to meet new friends, network and support vital programs which makes a significant difference within our community,” said Bob dos Santos, Huntington Elks Trustee and Golf Committee Treasurer. 

Registration for the 34th Annual Anthony “Biff” Bifulco Golf Outing is $160 per person, $640 per foursome, and $50 for buffet dinner and cocktails only. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. For more information, please call Walter Kostrzewski @ 631-549-1084 or Bob dos Santos @ 631-261-9886. 

About the Elks Lodge: The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the United States is one of the most active fraternal organizations in the world with over 1 million members in more than 2,000 lodges across the country. Utilizing the theme “Elks Care – Elks Share” as a foundation for their philanthropic efforts, the organization serves people and communities through benevolent initiatives including Veterans programs, drug awareness, providing scholarships to our youth and much more. 

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