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Throughout the year, Siuslaw Outreach Services hosts and participates in a variety of events around the area. Check below to see our next upcoming events!

Upcoming Events

Charity Golf Tournament


12th Annual Siuslaw Open
Chipping In For A Great Cause 2022

Saturday, September 10th, at Florence Golf Links was the scene for the 12th annual Siuslaw Open Benefit Golf Tournament presented by Oregon Pacific Bank, Florence Dental Clinic, Peace Health/Peace harbor Hospital, Elks Lodge 1858, Abel Insurance, Banner Bank and Gary Kadel. Eighty-eight golfers, sixteen volunteers onto the Scottish style course to raise funds to support programs and resources to benefit victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, human trafficking and homelessness.

In team score competition, Coldwell Banker-Coast Real Estate #1 (Andy Johnson, Nick Johnson, Jordan Johnson and Jack Butler) finished first with a score of 58 winning a golf package from Pine Ridge Golf Course. Second Place went to Florence Dental Clinic. Coldwell Banker-Coast Real Estate #3 placed third. The Band of Brothers came in last winning golf lessons from Florence Golf Links Pro, Nik Remer. The tournament used the Calloway Scoring Method.

There was a fierce battle in the putting contest with three individuals facing off in a “Putt-off” because they all sunk the 30’ putt in the competition. In the end, it was Justin Timm winning the $100 and the trophy. Kim Renteria’s name was drawn to attempt sinking a 60’ putt to win $5,000. Unfortunately, her putt narrowly missed the cup by a few inches. Nick Johnson won the men’s long drive. Jeff Earnshaw won the men’s KP on hole #11. Emma Timm was a double winner with the top drives in both the KP contest on hole #11 and the women’s long drive competition. In the Poker Run, “The Birdie’s OR Bust” winning $140 with a full house. Lofy Construction won the prize for “Best Dressed Team” all wearing Hawaiian theme shirts. Chrissy Davis and Ed Davis both won the straight drive competition. No one scored a “a hole-in-one” sponsored by Johnston Motors on hole #5 to win a new Ford Bronco. Everyone had fun at the signature Chipping Contest following the tournament with three players landing shots in the kiddie pools.

This year’s event raised a net of almost $14,000. Tournament co-chair and SOS Board member, Justin Young was thrilled about the number of golfers.  He went on to say, “We had a great turnout and the weather cooperated.” Bob Teter added, “This success of this event will help us help many families who are struggling.” Knowing those challenges, the golf committee of Justin Young, Stephanie Restrepo, Mary Hamilton, Nick Johnson, Rick Yecny, Dr. Brian Holmes, Jim Renteria and SOS Executive Director Bob Teter along with SOS Board of Directors and staff want to thank the following businesses and individuals for making the event so successful:

Oregon Pacific Bank, Florence Dental Clinic, Peace Health, Abel Insurance, Florence Elks Lodge 1858, Banner Bank, Johnston Motors, Gary Kadel, Hanawalt/Ferguson-Attorneys At Law, Florence Rotary Club, 1285 Resto Bar, Hyak, Jerry’s Place, Dutch Bros, Sign Stop, Siuslaw News, KCST Radio, Copeland Lumber, Florence Motor Sports, Shirvin’s Tire & Auto, Lighthouse Electric, Siuslaw Glass & Mirror, King Estates Winery, Holloway & Assoc., Hop Valley Brewery, Safeway, Fred Meyer, State Farm Insurance-Sue Gilday, Coldwell Banker-Coast Real Estate, US Bank, Florence Glass, 4 Color Pro, Lofy Construction, Laurel Bay Gardens, American Legion and Disabled American Veterans, Michael & Nancy Pearson, Yecny Family, Phil & Denise Tarvin, SOS Board of Directors, Steve & Lori Gates, Justin & Elisha Young, Bob Teter, the many volunteers and the staff at Florence Golf Links.  The success of this event could not happen without these community partners.

Charity Golf Tournament

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1576 West 12th Street
Florence, OR 97439

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Florence, OR 97439

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