Please join us for our 3rd Annual Cattyshack Golf Tournament and 50/50 Cash Raffle!
Turkey Creek Golf Course, McPherson
Saturday, September 19, 2020
- 4 person scramble
- Play starts at 8am
- Cash prizes awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place
- $50 entry fee per player – includes lunch and one raffle ticket! (Payment due on the day of tournament)
Player registration: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are hoping to have another successful and fun event this year, with the support of community and local sponsors! Corporate sponsors who donate $250 or more will have a sponsorship sign placed on one of Turkey Creek’s 18 holes during the tournament.
If you are interested in sponsoring you may mail a check to PO Box 1061, McPherson, KS or donate securely online at https://py.pl/8Bel8lPaQ90
50/50 Cash Raffle
50/50 Cash Raffle tickets will be available in early August. The winner splits the pot with MCHS!
- $10 each, or 5 for $20
- Drawing will be held at the close of the golf tournament on September 19
- Need not be present to win
- Valid ID required to claim cash prize
All proceeds benefit the fine felines of the McPherson County Humane Society!
Welcome to the McPherson County Humane Society – Home of the Best Cats in Town!
The McPherson County Humane Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization supported entirely by donations. We provide food, shelter, medical care and love to lost and unwanted cats until a permanent home can be found. We are proud to be a no-kill organization and will euthanize only if medically necessary. Our shelter is located in a converted church building, and is home to 50-80 cats and kittens at various times throughout the year. Thanks to the dedicated work of volunteers and foster families, we rarely have to turn an animal away. Our mission extends to community trap-neuter-return efforts to help contain overpopulation, and investigation of animal abuse and neglect cases. Our mission is 100% funded by donations and we receive no municipal or state funding. Every dollar counts and we rely on the generosity of our community to continue our work.