August 13, 2016! Family Fun for all ages and abilities! Par 3 Golf • Putt Putt Golf • Lunch • Music • Contests • Awards & PrizesWhat is Happening?
“Team Up” for the 4th Annual ADA 'one of a kind golf outing' to benefit the Mayor’s Advisory Council for the ADA. Join us Saturday, August 13
, 2016 at Hollow Acres Golf Course, at 10:00am (Registration is at 9AM). Each team must include a person with a disability. There will be Par 3 Golf, and Putt-Putt.
- Par 3 Golf is $50.00 per team or $12.50 per person.
- Putt-Putt Golf is $5.00 per person or $20.00 per team.
GT Carts is generously providing golf carts for players with accessibility needs.How Can I Help Sponsor a Hole?
Hole sponsorships are available at 3 levels:
- Small sign $25.00
- Medium sign $50.00
- Large sign $100.00 (sponsorship includes a team entry fee)
In order to have sufficient time to process your hole sponsorship, we must have your commitment by August 1st. Contact
or by phone at: 574-583-4568 or 574-870-8056.
You may also contact any Advisory Council Member to Participate in this One of a Kind Golf Outing.Where can I find more information?
ADA Golf Outing Brochure Team Up for the ADA Golf Outing - Sponsor A Hole Form
Golf Outing Ready-To-Hang Small Sign/PosterWhat is the Advisory Council?
The Advisory Council serves to provide advice, guidance, and support to the City of Monticello as it progresses toward ADA compliance. Our activities include: Disability Awareness Month Events throughout the month of March each year (Art contests, banners, recognition awards, and Mile in My Shoes Day).
Current projects: Community Access Ramp Project, to provide accessible stages and festivals throughout White County, and Facility Evaluations.
- Mayor Ken Houston
- Jim Kramer, President
- Lori Cheever, Vice President
- Emily Venters, Secretary
- Jim Mann, City Clerk/Treasurer
- Mitch Billue, Parks Superintendent
- Frank Arthur, Street Superintendent
- Wes Hartwell
- Pat Wokoun
- Mary Sigman
- Karen Foster
- Scott Gross
|Ad Hoc Committee
- John Shellcrosslee
- Tom Adams
- Diane Bunnell
- Sandy Johnson