The 7th Annual James Seminaroti Benefit Golf Outing, hosted by the Summit County VSC and American Legion Post #473, was a great success – we all had fun while contributing to such a worthy cause! The event raises money for the ALS Association and is held every year to honor James Seminaroti, a local Veteran who died from ALS in 1981.
The charity event golf outing, held October 9, raised over $1,350 and brought together 49 golfers who played 18 holes, enjoyed a steak dinner and awesome door prizes, like Ohio State football tickets. There also was the event’s first-ever “hole-in-one” winner!
To our signage and event sponsors, THANK YOU. We are thankful for your dedication to our Veterans and contribution to the ALS Association.
See you next year, golfers!