Teeing Off for Sheriffs and Chamber

Pictured at the 33rd Annual Golf Tournament (from left) are Dr. Rion Zimmerman D.C., chairman of the La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce board of directors, Linda Taix, Rick Dinger and former CV Sheriff’s Station captain Bill Song.

The Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Support Group is making final preparations for the Aug. 21 golf classic taking place on Monday, Aug. 21 at the La Cañada Flintridge Country Club.

“This is a great community event,” said golf chairman Rick Dinger. “We’ve combined with the LCF Chamber of Commerce and look forward to foursomes with sworn personnel including [former CV Sheriff’s Station captain] Dave Silversparre.”

This is the 34th annual event, which benefits the chamber and the sheriff’s support group. Eighty-nine foursomes have already signed up, but Dinger said there is room for more.

“We advise people to pre-register to ensure a spot on the course,” he said. “There are also plenty of opportunities for sponsorships.”

The day includes lunch at 11:30 a.m. followed by tee-off at 1 p.m.

 Awards and prizes will be presented immediately after the tournament at the awards banquet at the LCF Country Club. The complete golfer’s package – which includes green fees, cart, lunch, dinner, awards, tee prizes and contest holes – is $225.

“It’s the best bargain in town,” Dinger added.

To register, visit www.cvssg.org or call Rick Dinger at (818) 248-4500.

The Sheriff Support Group is a non-profit organization that is run by volunteer members of the community and the money raised is used to support the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station and its Deputies. The funds raised help purchase specialized equipment and other programs necessary to operations at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station.