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Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy to host Pro-Am June 26

June 15, 2017
Westfield Republican

The Chautauqua Golf Club will hold its 31st Annual Pro-Am Charity Golf Tournament Monday, June 26. The event will have an 11 a.m. shotgun start and a two best-ball format. All proceeds will benefit the CWC, as they continue their efforts to improve the health and vitality of Chautauqua Lake and its surrounding watershed.

The "Score One for the Lake!" tournament welcomes both male and female amateurs playing Chautauqua Golf Club's Lake Course. Each foursome will include a visiting PGA professional from the Western New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania areas, making for an exciting day of golf.

Lunch will be served on the course, and the event will conclude with an awards dinner at the club's Double Eagle banquet facility. Various opportunities to sponsor the event are available and may be tax deductible.

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The CWC will be the beneficiary of the Chautauqua Golf Club’s 31st Annual PGA Pro-Am Golf Tournament. Pictured from left are event chairman Bill Locke, PGA Professional Troy Moss, CWC Board Director Dr. Jeanne Wiebenga and CWC Executive Director John Jablonski III.

The event serves as a major fundraiser for the Conservancy, with proceeds from prior year tournaments supporting vital pollution prevention, watershed education and land conservation projects and programs. The conservation of wetlands at Whitney Bay and Whitney Point and facilitating lakeshore buffers and stream erosion control projects are examples of recent projects assisted by this tournament. Pro-Am Chairman Bill Locke stated, "The CWC Pro-Am tournament funds activities which address the root causes of the pollution that fuels plant and algae growth in our lake. These activities include watershed conservation projects and conserving the important habitats that provide clean water to the streams and lakes of our Chautauqua region. The Conservancy works with landowners to enhance shoreline habitats, control soil erosion, re-establish healthy vegetated buffer strips along streams and reduce nutrients entering our waterways from lawn care and other related activities. Stopping these problems at their source is essential to a healthy lake. Maintaining a healthy, enjoyable lake is essential to our economy and benefits all area businesses and residents."

More information is available at the CWC's website at or by calling the CWC at 664-2166 or the CGC at 357-6211. Area businesses are especially encouraged to sponsor this event.



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