An annual golf outing set to take place later this summer will honor a beloved local youth activist.
The 5th annual “Passion for Prevention” golf outing for the The Livingston County Community Alliance (LCCA) is set to take place August 6, 2022, at the Chemung Hills Golf Club in Oceola Township.
This year’s outing will honor the memory of Megan Palmer, the former Coordinator for the LCCA, who passed away in January after a short battle with cancer.
The 40-year-old Palmer was described as a “staunch fighter for substance abuse prevention efforts” in Livingston County “seeking to raise awareness and help combat the opioid, drug and drinking issues with youth and adults.”
The August 6 golf outing will raise funds for substance abuse awareness activities in Livingston County, and is still looking for sponsorships and donations.
Proceeds raised by the event will be used to fund local youth-oriented substance abuse prevention awareness campaigns or similar activities. Donations are not only tax deductible, but 100% of those dollars will support LCCA substance abuse prevention programs and services.
Details can be found through this link;