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golf teeAugust 12, 2017!  Family Fun for all ages and abilities!  Par 3 Golf • Putt Putt Golf • Lunch • Music • Contests • Awards & Prizes

What is Happening?
“Team Up” for the 5th Annual ADA 'one of a kind golf outing' to benefit the Mayor’s Advisory Council for the ADA. Join us Saturday, August 12, 2017 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 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or by phone at: 574-583-4568 or 574-870-8056.  Please make checks payable to:

City of Monticello, ADA
227 N Main St.
Monticello, IN 47960

You may also contact any Advisory Council Member to Participate in this One of a Kind Golf Outing.

Where can I find more information?
icon ADA Golf Outing Brochure
icon Team Up for the ADA Golf Outing - Sponsor A Hole Form
icon Golf Outing Ready-To-Hang Small Sign/Poster

What 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: March Disability Awareness Month Activiies, Accessible Trails at the City Parks, and Training Opportunities for Members. 

Current Members
  • 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
  • Kirk Marshalll
  • Pat Wokoun
  • Mary Sigman
  • Karen Foster
  • Kyle Ashton
  • Sandy Draper
Associate Members
  • Tom Adams
  • Diane Bunnell
  • Sandy Johnson
  • Karen DuVall
Liz’s Lift is a portable wheelchair lift and ramp system made possible by the generosity of Elizabeth “Liz” Oilar Memorial Contributions, the White County Board of Health, the White County Community Foundation-Women Giving Together Grant, the Monticello City Council, the Rotary Club of Monticello, Quality Construction (Chad Crain Owner), all City Departments, and the City of Monticello Mayor’s Advisory Council for the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Liz was a founding member of the Mayor’s Advisory Council, and was dedicated to making sure all of our citizens have access to community events, and so it is just & fitting that we dedicate this wheelchair lift in her memory, providing access & opportunity where had been none.

This portable wheelchair lift is available to any entity in White County where temporary accommodation is necessary and requested. Scheduling is handled through the ADA Coordinator at 574-583-4568
This community offers an enchanting atmosphere of friendliness and fun augmented and reflected by two beautiful, accessible lakes.  The city's impressive tourism assets, diverse economic base and dynamic leadership make it a gem to any target, whether it is a business, visitor or potential resident.

It's no wonder that a city built to hug the sides of two lakes reflects so many lakeside attributes.  It is a serene community with a high quality of life.  It is safe, accommodating and never feels rushed.  It is a place where you won't feel weighed down by big city pressures, and instead have the time to enjoy what is most important in life.  While it does have this calming side to it, Monticello, like its lakes, is also a place of unbridled fun.  It is filled with the energy of youth whether it be from families playing at Indiana Beach, new leadership, or young adults starting their education at Ivy Tech.  There is both a wonderful calm and sparkling energy here.

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