FAIRBORN — The Fairborn Senior Center is hosting it’s sixth annual George Artuso Memorial Golf Scramble on June 6.
“The outing was named in honor of our beloved president whom we lost in January 2008,” said Executive Director Ellen Slone-Farthing. “He volunteered much of his time and believed in his community.”
Artuso was a retired Chief Master Sergeant with the Air Force and an ROTC instructor with the Fairborn City Schools.
The scramble will be held at Twin Base Golf Course on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Tee off will be at 8 a.m. with lunch being served after eighteen holes of golf. Cost is $75 per person and the scramble will be played in teams of four people.
The event proceeds will help maintain the Senior Center services and recreational activities.
“Our mission is to provide activities and services to meet the needs of senior citizens in the Fairborn area, assisting them to lead independent and meaningful lives,” Slone-Farthing said. “We provide personalized help to link seniors with the community resources to meet their needs or the needs of a loved one.”
The center also provides transportation services to medical appointments, social service agencies, and local merchants and to the Senior Center. Through the Homemaking services they help seniors maintain a clean and safe home.
For more information or to sign up for the golf outing, contact Ellen Slone-Farthing at 878-4141.