Helicopter Ball Drop
UPDATE: BALL DROP WILL OCCUR AT 8:30 AM
Want to support our programs but won't be attending the golf event?
Sign-up for a chance to win:
Closest to the pin: 2 round-trip Southwest Tickets*
Furthest from the pin: $350
You do NOT need to be present to win
The event will be streamed on Facebook Live
Date: Friday, Sept 22, 2023
Time: 8:30 am
The exact time is being determine - it will be between 8 and 10 am. We will update this info closer to the event. Will will reach out to the winners!!
Location: Virtual Event
Watch: Facebook Page
If you are at the golf outing at Waverly Woods, you can watch it in person!
$20 - 1 ball
$50 - 3 balls
$100 - 10 balls
How will you know your ball numbers?
We will send you an email the morning of the event letting you know what golf ball numbers have been assigned to you!!
*The grand prize includes four one-way tickets valid for travel on Southwest-operated, published, scheduled service in the United States, its territories, and its possessions, including Puerto Rico. Tickets must be used between October 1, 2023, through October 1, 2024.
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