AUBURN — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine will host its first Androscoggin fundraising golf tournament on Monday, Sept. 25, at Martindale Country Club. The event will raise money to provide support for local children facing adversity.

The event will include a light breakfast, grill lunch, silent auction and awards ceremony and reception. The format for the tournament is a 4-player, 18-hole best ball scramble with course challenges. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. and the shotgun tee-off starts at 10 a.m.

The golf tournament is part of the annual campaign to raise funds to promote and support all of BBBS of Mid-Maine programs.

BBBSMM works locally with children (Littles) at Washburn Elementary, with Big mentor volunteers from Edward Little High School, and with Littles at Longley, Lewiston, and Bigs from Bates College.

BBBSMM provides professionally supported one-to-one relationships. BBBSMM programs are proven to have a positive impact on academic performance, attitudes and life-long behaviors.

Additional teams and sponsors are needed. BBBSMM welcomes any and all businesses, individuals and organizations to participate and sponsor the event or offer items/services to the silent auction portion of the tournament.

The silent auction will include an item being sent by Steve Grogan, former Patriot quarterback.

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