Bay Cliff Golf Outing tees off

MARQUETTE — The 9th annual Bay Cliff Golf Outing teed off today at Marquette Golf Club’s Greywalls Course.

Bay Cliff Health Camp helps children and adults with physical disabilities learn to believe in themselves and recognize their potential. The money raised today will go towards providing therapy and activities for children and offset costs of housing, food and recreation.

“They’re great people, that do this golf outing for Bay Cliff Health Camp,” said Bay Cliff Health Camp enthusiast Tim Minier, “and the money they raise to help build our new units and our cabins and anything that we need.”

All of the teams and spots are filled every year, with teams coming from all over the Midwest just to support Bay Cliff. Every member and team all share a sense of pride in helping this great organization.

“Bay Cliff is used not just for kids of Marquette County, but all over the Upper Peninsula and Northern Wisconsin,” said Rep. John Kivela, “it’s a tremendous organization that’s very well run and I’m proud to be here to support it.”

This year’s golf outing is expected to raise around thirty thousand dollars that all goes directly to Bay Cliff Health Camp.

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