Sire Golf Marathon Donates over $6,000 to Area Youth
Selinsgrove, PA – August 12, 2016— On May 31st, Sire Advertising President, Shawn Felty completed 108 holes of golf for the Sire Advertising 9th Annual Golf Marathon to raise money for the Susquehanna Valley Law Enforcement Camp Cadet and The Selinsgrove Fifth Grade Camp. Donations totaled over $6,000.
Trooper Richard L. Blair, Susquehanna Valley Law Enforcement Camp Coordinator states,“We are grateful for the support that Sire Advertising has provided. The camp continues to thrive due to generous donations like these and ensures the continued success of our program.”
The Susquehanna Valley Law Enforcement Camp Cadet was a week-long summer program that introduced boys and girls ages twelve to fifteen to a variety of police academy experiences.
“The Selinsgrove Area Intermediate School Outdoor Education program was delighted that Sire Advertising has chosen us to receive this kind support. This support will assist us in helping to continue to bring this valuable educational program to future students in our school district,” says Matthew Conrad, Principal of Selinsgrove Intermediate School.
Sire Advertising selects new youth organizations every year to benefit from the Sire Golf Marathon proceeds. Previous recipients include Selinsgrove Intermediate Basketball, Selinsgrove Area Youth Foundation, Girls on the Run of the Greater Susquehanna Valley, Donald L. Heiter Community Center, Selinsgrove Community Library, Susquehanna Valley Preschool, Selinsgrove Area Little League, Selinsgrove Area Swimming Pool, Setebaid Services, Inc., and Summer Seals Day Camp.
“It is was our pleasure to support these two great organizations that assist our region’s youth,” said Felty. “Our yearly supporters make the annual Sire Golf Marathon possible, with their aid we are able to continue giving back to our community and making it possible to help organizations to keep providing enriching programs.”
In nine years, the Sire Golf Marathon has raised over $53,000 in contributions. Since its start in 2008, The Golf Marathon has been successfully raised funds through the support of sponsors to improve the lives of children in the Susquehanna Valley.