Christmas in July Golf Outing

Benefiting Children’s Wisconsin, the local Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) hospital, since 2015.

Thornberry Creek

July 28 - July 28

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Christmas in July Golf Outing

In 2015, a group of Credit Unions in Northeastern Wisconsin hosted their first Christmas in July golf outing benefiting Children’s Wisconsin, their local Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) hospital. PCM Credit Union has kept this beloved community event alive for the past few years. Thanks to donors like you, last year's event raised nearly $20,000.

This golf outing is a rare opportunity to get festive early while golfing at Thornberry Creek in Oneida - host of the LPGA Classic and the official course of the Green Bay Packers. Golfers are known to decorate their carts and Santa even makes an appearance!

Event timeline

9 a.m. – Registration
10 a.m. – Shotgun start for golf scramble
4 p.m. – Golf concludes & dinner begins (to-go options available)

Credit Unions are a proud CMN Hospitals partner. Since 1983, CMN has raised more than $5 billion for 170-member hospitals that provide 32 million treatments to kids across the U.S. and Canada.

Questions

For questions about participating or sponsoring this event, contact Cathy Becks at CBecks@PCMCU.org or (920) 593-2222.

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