The Greywolf Foundation has announced the 2nd Annual Curtis W. Blackdeer Memorial Golf Outing is slated for Thursday, September 1, 2022, at The Oaks Golf Course and BB Jack’s Restaurant in Cottage Grove.
The annual fundraiser includes an online auction that is open to the public, a golf scramble at The Oaks Golf Course, and golf followed by a dinner reception at BB Jack’s in Cottage Grove, that is also available for purchase to the public. Entertainment at the dinner reception will be provided by skyrocketing international country music recording artist Anthony Nix.
“After a successful inaugural event last year, we are looking forward to growing our primary fundraiser even more this year,” said Andrew Haring, director of the Greywolf Foundation. “Our board of directors, as well as our event sponsors are the reason we’re able to host this important event. The funds we raise go directly to support our mission – to improve the lives and opportunities of residents in our local communities.”
The golf portion of the event is already sold out, however the Greywolf Foundation encourages the purchase of tickets to the dinner reception, which is $100 for a single ticket and $175 for two tickets, includes a dinner buffet and drinks, silent auction and raffle opportunities, live music performance from Anthony Nix, as well as a tax-deductible gift to the Greywolf Foundation. Tickets can be purchased on the event website, one.bidpal.net/gwfgolf2022/welcome, or by visiting www.greywolffoundation.org, or by calling 608-460-8688.
All proceeds from the golf outing benefit the Greywolf Foundation. A portion of the funds raised from the auction will be given to this year’s designated organization, Champions Charity, the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 248 in Cottage Grove.
The Curtis W. Blackdeer Memorial Golf Outing is the primary annual fundraiser for the Greywolf Foundation and is named in honor of Curtis W. Blackdeer, who lived a life that touched the hearts of many, including his family, his colleagues, his friends and his community. His actions and demonstrations of love, generosity, loyalty, and giving to others embodied the mission of the Greywolf Foundation, which proudly honors his memory during the annual golf outing.
The event is sponsored by Platinum Sponsors: Bank of Sun Prairie, Campbell Construction, TQ Diamonds, Park Vista Senior Housing Management and Greywolf Parters, as well as VIP Sponsors: DMB Community Bank and Corporate Contractors, Inc. Additional event sponsors include Baker Tilly, Caliber Law, Hausmann Group, Old National Bank, Spotz, LandCare, Sid Grinker Restoration, Greenfire, JSD, Mazel & Co as well as Karen Blackdeer & Family and Joe and Denise Wagner.
The Greywolf Foundation Board of Directors, who help organize the annual fundraiser include: Daniel Blackdeer (Law Enforcement); Emily Fitzpatrick (Keller Williams); Andrew Haring (Greywolf Foundation); Joanna Hollenback (Law Enforcement); Chad Kavanaugh (Sun Prairie Public Schools); Dione Laufenberg (Laufty Life); Julie Lonergan (Park Vista Senior Housing Management); Kim Quigley (TQ Diamonds); Brad Raaths (DeWitt LLP); Mitch Ripley (Greywolf Partners); Samantha Skenandore (Quarles & Brady LLP); Denise Wagner (Greywolf Partners); Elaina Wagner (Edgewood College – Student); Joe Wagner (Greywolf Partners); Paul Wagner (Greywolf Partners); and Sam Wagner (Liberty Mutual Insurance).
For more information, contact Andrew Haring at 608-460-8688, or infoGWF@greywp.com.
About Greywolf Foundation
Greywolf Foundation, Inc. seeks to make a lasting, positive impact on its local communities by improving the lives and opportunities for its residents by giving directly to benefit the public. A 501 (c)(3) organization, the Greywolf Foundation provides resources to assist people and entities in need, increase their opportunities for success, and better their communities.
Formally created in 2021, the Greywolf Foundation is the charitable division of Greywolf Partners, a full-service commercial real estate firm. The Greywolf Foundation gives preference to persons or enterprises in the following areas that positively impact the residents and communities in or near where Greywolf Partners, conducts, or has business interests, including youth programs, education, employment and career development, poverty relief, disaster relief, community health, wellness and recreation opportunity zones.
To learn more, visit www.greywolffoundation.org or call 608-460-8688.