the 4th Annual Putt Putt Pub Crawl returns to downtown in July; helps support Building Stronger Families

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The 4th Annual Putt Putt Pub Crawl returns to downtown Owensboro on July 9th. Organizers said the event was such a hit with the local community that it has started to attract people from out of town as well.

“We are always honored to see how many people come from other cities to show downtown Owensboro how much we all care about supporting Building Stronger Families,” said Courtney VonGunten, co-host of the event. . “It makes us smile when we see new friendships being made and everyone really enjoying a different day than most.”

The friendly competition will feature teams of four (must be 21 or older) and costs $20 per person. To pay in advance, participants can use Venmo (@PPPC-2022) or visit/send a check to Ruoff Mortgage (234 Frederica Street). To register online, Click here.

VonGunten said if a participant does not come with a team of four, they can be paired with others to complete a team. The event will start in Lure with a hot start at 12 noon.

There are 10 locations participating in the Pub Crawl this year: Bar Louie, Brasher’s Lil’ Nashville, City Walk, Don Mario, Fetta Specialty Pizza, Lure Seafood and Grille, Mellow Mushroom, Ruoff Mortgage, The Pub on Second and SIP.

“We are grateful for all the companies that continue to participate year after year,” VonGunten said. “We’re thrilled to see imagination and personality shine through every hole and can’t wait to shine a light on these local businesses.”

The “Green Cup Rule” will be in place for this event, meaning attendees can enjoy an alcoholic beverage while playing if it is in a specially marked cup provided by participating venues. The cup must stay in a certain area known as “The District”, which will allow players to enjoy drinks at various locations as they move from hole to hole.

This year, the Putt Putt Pub Crawl will donate a portion of proceeds to Building Stronger Families, a home-visiting program that helps families set and achieve goals, and connects families to available services. . It teaches parents positive parenting skills and helps children become healthy and independent.

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