Sign Up Today for June 21 Republic Bank Golf Tourney

The Jewish Community Center of Louisville (JCC), part of the Jewish Community of Louisville, and Jewish Family & Career Services (JFCS) have teamed up with Republic Bank for the seventh annual Republic Bank Golf Challenge on Monday, June 21.

The event will consist of a full day at Chariot Run, a Harrah’s golf course. Registration is $250 per person and includes use of the driving range, a golf scramble, lunch, dinner, contests and prizes. Hole-in-One, Longest Stroke, Closest to the Pin, Smoothest Stroke and Straightest Drive are just some of the contests happening during the event. A Fun Package, for an additional $20 provides each golfer with two mulligans and a putting contest entry.

The Republic Bank Golf Challenge is one of the main sources of fundraising to benefit both the JCC and JFCS. JFCS is a non-profit comprehensive human services organization founded in 1908, serving the entire community with programs focusing on family, work, education, older adults, immigrants and refugees. The JCC is a human service agency committed to enhancing the quality of family life and promoting the physical, intellectual and spiritual wellness of the individual.

Scott Trager, the tournament chair said, “Republic Bank & Trust Co. is delighted once again to be the Title Sponsor for this year’s Golf Challenge. These are vital agencies for our community and Republic is proud to support them.”

Bernard and Jean Trager are the honorary chairs of this year’s event.

Sponsorships are still available, starting at $250. Golfer registrations are also available for $250 per person. Lunch and dinner are included. There will also be a silent auction. There will be golf items, travel opportunities and restaurant gift certificates to bid on.

For more information about the Republic Bank Golf Challenge or to register, contact JFCS at 452-6341. Player Registration forms and Sponsorship Signup forms are available to download below.

Player Registration PDF


Sponsor Kit PDF

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