Annual Boys and Girls Club Golf Classic

The Boys & Girls Club of the Lower Naugatuck Valley will host its annual John “Red” Larsen Golf Classic on Monday, Aug. 31, at Oronoque Country Club in Stratford. Curtiss-Ryan Honda of Shelton is once again the Hole-in-One Sponsor, and Hot Tamale Mexican Grill & Bar of Seymour is the Skill Prize Sponsor.

For detailed information and a registration or sponsorship form, visit

The tournament will have an 11 a.m. registration and lunch, followed by a 12 p.m. shotgun start. Entry fee of $200 per golfer includes 18 holes of golf and cart, driving range, buffet lunch, refreshments on the course, social hour with open bar and dinner (after golf), and tournament gift. A raffle, as well as live and silent auctions will also be available.

Entries should include names, handicaps, and contact email or phone number sent to John “Red” Larsen Golf Classic,Boys & Girls Club LNV, One Positive Place, Shelton, CT 06484. Checks should be made payable to the Boys & GirlsClub LNV.

Anyone wishing to become a sponsor, purchase a tee sign, or donate an auction item should contact John Schaible of SCHUTZ Dental Group at 203-922-1484 or Ann Wheeler at203-924-7462,

Deadline for all sponsorships is Aug. 3.

Golf Tournament Sponsorships of $2,500 include a foursome of golf, tee sign, recognition at the awards dinner, inclusion in press releases, and a full-page ad in the tournament program. Silver Sponsorships of $1,500 include a foursome of golf, 3/4-page ad in the program, and sign. Beverage Cart Sponsors of $1,000 receive ½-page ad in the program, a large sign on the beverage cart, and a tee sign. Bronze Sponsors of $1,200 receive a ½-page ad in the program, tee sign, and foursome of golf. Green Sponsors of $500 receive a ½-page ad in the program and a tee sign. Tee Sponsors of $125 receive a listing in the tournament program and tee sign.

The Boys & Girls Club Golf Classic, which has run 43 consecutive years since 1972, is dedicated to John “Red” Larsen. He participated in almost every tournament and was Chairman for more than half.

For more information about the Boys & Girls Club of the Lower Naugatuck Valley, visit