South Shore Clean Cities to Host 2nd Annual Clean Air Golf Outing on September 25

By: South Shore Clean Cities Last Updated: September 15, 2014

south-shore-clean-cities-logoSouth Shore Clean Cities Inc., a non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve and revitalize Northern Indiana by promoting the use of clean fuels and clean vehicle technologies, will host its second annual Clean Air Golf Outing later in the month.

The event will take place Thursday, Sept. 25 at Youche Country Club, 2301 W. 129th Place, Crown Point, Ind. Check in begins at 11 a.m. CDT and is followed by lunch before the 12 p.m. shotgun start. The event concludes with dinner at 5 p.m. CDT.

The golf outing is limited to the first 144 golfers. Non-golfers can attend dinner, but must be preregistered. Register at or 219-644-3690. Cost is $100 per golfer. Dinner is $20 for non-golfers. Golfers have the opportunity to shoot a hole-in-one during the event and possibly win a vehicle from Lake Shore Ford Toyota. Kauffman Chiropractic will offer free massages between 11 a.m.-12 p.m.

"The Clean Air Golf Outing provides an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors at the beautiful Youche Country Club and to network with professionals throughout Northwest Indiana," said Carl Lisek, South Shore Clean Cities executive director. "The funds raised through the event will help South Shore Clean Cities create a brighter future for Northern Indiana by helping municipal and industry leaders incorporate green technology and alternative fuel in their everyday operations."

South Shore Clean Cities is looking for sponsors at four funding levels: Event Sponsor, Refreshment Sponsor, Cart Sponsor and Hole Sponsor. Call 219-644-3690 or email for additional information.

About South Shore Clean Cities Inc.
Designated as the 71st Clean Cities Coalition on June 15, 1999, South Shore Clean Cities Inc. was founded on the principle that motivated individuals working together for common goals best accomplish our nation's objectives. In almost 100 coalitions, government agencies and private companies voluntarily form partnerships that meet the objectives of improving air quality, developing regional economic opportunities and reducing the use of imported oil.