Jim “Mudcat” Grant All-Star Golf Tournament helps local charities

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Each year Security Mutual Life presents the Jim Mudcat Grant All-Star Golf Tournament – it draws celebrities from all over and helps four local charities.

That includes the Catholic Charities of Broome County and the CHOW Hunger Relief Program.

“Catholic Charities of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse (Catholic Charities of Broome County) is dedicated to caring for those in need while promoting human development, collaboration, and the elimination of poverty and injustice. We strive to empower those served to transform their lives in the spirit of God’s love and compassion. Catholic Charities serves over 60,000 members of the Broome County community every year. It serves more than 90,000 meals to the hungry, counsels and advocates for youth, families, people with developmental and mental health needs, – all without regard to the religion of the recipient.” Information about Catholic Charities can be found here.

“The Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse (CHOW®), through its network of nearly 100 partner agencies (pantries, community meals and non-profit organizations), distributes over 175,000 pounds of food each month. Jack Seman is Director. Jack was born and raised in Binghamton and began volunteering in the CHOW® Warehouse nearly 5 years ago. With experience managing the warehouse and food sourcing aspects of CHOW® as well as knowledge of the community, he has been in the Director’s position since March of 2017. CHOW® distributes over 2 million pounds of food each year.” More information about CHOW can be found online.

If people would like to get involved to support the All-Star Golf Tournament and Catholic Charities of Broome County there is still time to purchase a fairway sign for $100!  Please contact Carla Morgan at 729-9166 for more information.

If you’d like to learn more about the tournament click here.

Kara Conrad

Kara Conrad

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