Tee Up for Learning: A Hole-in-One for the D123 Education Foundation

The Oak Lawn-Hometown School District 123 Education Foundation raised over $7,500 at its annual golf outing fundraiser on June 20. This event saw a turnout of 56 golfers at the Odyssey Foundation golf course in Tinley Park. This event emphasized the District 123 learning community's passion for supporting local education.

In addition to the golf outing, the day's activities included a silent auction and a raffle with sought-after prizes such as tickets to prominent local restaurants and other businesses. These activities added to the day's excitement and played a crucial role in raising funds for the district's innovative educational projects and programs.

Founded in 1991, the Oak Lawn-Hometown School District 123 Education Foundation is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. Its primary goal is to attract private funds to enrich and extend learning experiences for students, going beyond the confines of traditional curricula.

The event played a pivotal role in strengthening the bond between the district and the Oak Lawn and Hometown communities. By hosting such community-centered events, the foundation raises funds and increases awareness about the district's various educational initiatives.

The success of this event and other foundation events like Tacos & Trivia, signals the community's unwavering commitment to education, promising an exciting future for all of the district's educational endeavors.

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