A little birdie is here to tell you that it’s time to get signed up for Anduzzi’s 6th Annual Golf Outing! All proceeds of our 4 man scramble will benefit the New Community Shelter of Green Bay.You can get all the details and purchase your tickets below:
Date: Friday, June 7th
Time: 9:00 AM registration and 10:00 AM shotgun start
Location: Mid Vallee Golf Course
Price: $320 per team
We will be offering $10 shuttle bus tickets from Anduzzi’s of Howard. This bus will take golfers to the course at 8:45AM and bring them back after the event. We encourage all golfers to join us after the golfing has ended for a fantastic dinner, raffle prizes, and fun back at our Howard location.
We do request that all registrants sign up in teams of 4 to avoid confusion and keep the day’s events running smoothly.
The $320 registration fee gets you a load of goodies.
Already thinking about how hungry you’ll be after your day on the links? We’ve got some suggestions that’ll be on par with your cravings.
Our Ahi Tuna Bowl keeps your hunger in the green. It’s loaded up with good and good-for-you ingredients: Seared ahi tuna, kale, avocado, shredded carrot, radish, green onion topped with white and black sesame seeds layered over ancient grains served with a ginger soy sauce.
You won’t want a mulligan if you chow down on Anduzzi’s Lobster and Shrimp Salad. It’s the perfect guilt-free meal, packed with langostino lobster and seasoned grilled shrimp on a bed of fresh romaine and spring greens with avocado, sliced red onion, corn and black bean relish, and cherry tomatoes, served with jalapeno ranch dressing.
If you’re going to pack a double eagle punch to your hankerings, our Root Beer Float Brownie will really hit the spot. It includes a fresh baked brownie infused with root beer, topped with vanilla ice cream, chocolate sauce, root beer glaze, whipped cream, chocolate chips, and a cherry.
We chose to work with the New Community Shelter because it tirelessly serves so many of Green Bay’s underprivileged community members.
Their goal is an admirable one: “The Staff & Board of the Shelter work in cooperation with others in our community to address homelessness & hopelessness through education, counseling, resources, and in-house services.”
Their history began in 1994. Since then, they have gone on to become the only emergency shelter in Brown County that is open year-round and serves homeless men and women. In addition to shelter services, New Community Shelter has also provided a Transitional Living Program and a Community Meal Program since its inception.
You can find more details about this charitable event on our website.