Iron County Care and Share hosts annual “Drive Out Hunger” charity golf tournamentThe Iron County Care and Share announces the sixth annual “Drive Out Hunger” charity golf tournament. The tournament will be held Sept. 13 at the Cedar Ridge Golf Course in Cedar City.

The fundraiser is the largest annual event for the organization and helps provide food, emergency shelter, and other essential services to Iron County and surrounding areas. Golfing is not required to donate.

Registration for teams and sponsors is now open for the co-ed, scramble-style tournament and is available online at careandshare-ut.org. Awards and prizes include a hole-in-one car, cash prizes of up to $800 for teams, a silent auction, and over $1,000 in prizes in a raffle including vacation packages, gift baskets, and golf clubs.

In 2016, the Iron County Care and Share provided food to 34,724 individuals in Iron County, and the 38-bed emergency shelter provided safe shelter and warm meals for over 500 men, women, and children.

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