Summerfield Ladies Golf Club raises $9,500 for Caring Closet

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Our Summerfield Ladies Golf Club had their Charity Golf Tournament again this year. It was held on July 16, and all had fun. The tournament included Miracle Putts, which all of us need, goodies on one of the holes to keep us nourished, and our 9th Hole challenge was a great success. 

But beyond all the fun, our little community gave with all their hearts, and we raised more than $9,000, and we will be presenting a check to The Caring Closet soon. 

Unfortunately, we cannot have a party to celebrate, but I know The Caring Closet will be thrilled. For those who do not know about The Caring Closet, they help low-income students in the Tigard-Tualatin Schools District. They provide clothing, shoes, hygiene products and bedding items. 

Students are referred by their school counselor and can come to The Caring Closet store, which is located on the Tigard High School campus. The number of students will be very high this year with people losing their jobs and our donation will help a large number of them. 

The Caring Closet is near and dear to our hearts in Summerfield. They have been our charity for a few years now. They are local and we know what great work they do. We presented a check to Kim Thorne of the Caring Closet for $9,500.00 in August. 

About Caring Closet

The Caring Closet provides clothes, shoes, hygiene products and emergency bedding supplies to children in need within the Tigard-Tualatin School District. Each school-age child referred by their school counselor can have one visit to our store in the fall/winter and one visit in the spring for summer clothes. Learn more about the Caring Closet at

About Summerfield Women’s Golf Club

Summerfield Women’s Golf is open to all residents of the Summerfield community. We host many events during the year. We play as a group every Tuesday and Thursday morning from April through the last week of October. The club holds a variety of activities and tournaments during the year, including the annual Charity Tournament.

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