The Edisto Island Open Land Trust is hosting our Annual Cocktail Party and Live Auction at the Edisto Beach Civic Center on Friday, June 16th at 6:30 PM and the Tomato Open Golf Tournament at The Plantation Course at Edisto on Saturday, June 17th at 8:30 AM.
The Cocktail Party & Auction is a night of great food, a fun casual atmosphere with a wide variety of silent and live auction items for everyone's taste. The evening will include full open bars and a delicious selection of heavy hors d'oeuvres. The auction will be run by Charleston television news personality Tom Crawford as our Special Guest Auctioneer. Auction items have previously included a handmade local works of art, dinner and cocktail parties on Edisto, vacation trips, hunting and fishing excursions, weekend packages in downtown Charleston, jewelry and more. Tickets are $75 per person. VIP Tickets are available for $125/each.
The Golf Tournament will be played in the popular “Captains Choice” format. The entry fee is $150 per person or $600 per team of four golfers. Individuals and couples are welcome to register and will be paired with other golfers. The entry fee includes breakfast, lunch and on course refreshments. Teams can register online at www.edisto.org or by contacting the land trust at 843-869-9004.
Awards will be given to the flight winners. Hole In One prizes include a chance for a new car from Rizer Chevrolet Buick GMC, a Million Dollar shoot out, a $5,000 Putting Contest and Longest Drive and Closest to the Pin prizes. The golf tournament will begin with registration and breakfast from 7:30 to 8:15 AM, followed by a shotgun start at 8:30 AM. A luncheon will follow and awards will be presented and raffle prizes will be drawn.
The mission of The Edisto Island Open Land Trust is to preserve lands, scenic vistas, heritage, and conservation resources of Edisto Island for future generations, including education and outreach. Over 50% of Edisto Island has been protected through partnerships with multiple organizations and agencies. These wildlife preserves, the fun and educational nature programs, and the local landowners who take care of their conserved lands are all part of what makes Edisto Island so special.
For more information on this benefit contact: John Girault, Executive Director at 843-830-2269 or firstname.lastname@example.org