Mayor Pugh to Announce 2nd Annual Baltimore Golf Week Featuring the Mayor's Cup to Benefit YouthWorks

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Thursday, November 8, 2018 

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Mayor Pugh to Announce 2nd Annual Baltimore Golf Week Featuring the Mayor's Cup to Benefit YouthWorks

2nd Annual Baltimore Golf Week Sponsored by the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation

 

Mayor Catherine E. Pugh will be joined by the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation (BMGC) and the Mayor's Office of Employment Development (MOED) to announce the second annual Baltimore Golf Week, a 7-day celebration of golf in Baltimore that raises funds for the YouthWorks summer employment program.

Baltimore Golf Week will culminate with the Mayor's Cup, a fundraising event open to sponsors of Baltimore Golf Week and the top golfers from each of the Classic Five Golf Courses, that will be held on Sunday, June 9th at the Forest Park Golf Course. 

Events will be held across five public golf courses and the Pine Ridge Driving Range from Monday, June 3rd through Sunday, June 9th. All of the Baltimore Golf Week events and the Mayor's Cup will help raise funds to support the YouthWorks program that provides five-week summer jobs to residents 14-21 years of age. For a full schedule of events and ways to participate, visit  www.classic5golf.com.

Direct donations to YouthWorks can be made through the Baltimore City Foundation by visiting www.baltimorecityfoundation.org and choosing the Mayor's Office of Employment Development, YouthWorks 855-00. 

WHO:

Mayor Catherine E. Pugh

Jason Perkins-Cohen, Director, Mayor's Office of Employment Development

Larry Jennings, BMGC Board Chair & Chair, Baltimore Golf Week

Taylor Jones, YouthWorks participant, and Morgan State University student

 

WHEN:

Thursday, November 8, 2018
10:00 a.m.

 WHERE:

Forest Park Clubhouse
2900 Hillsdale Road
Baltimore, MD 21207

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