The Holy Family Table of Madera is getting ready for its seventh-annual charity golf tournament this weekend, with prizes, lunch, and the world record holder in longest drive set to attend and whack a few balls.
Held at the Madera Municipal Golf Course, the Mary Kascht Memorial Golf Tournament helps raise money for the soup kitchen, spearheaded by St. Joachim Catholic Church, that feeds needy families regardless of religious belief.
Teams of four can pay $90 per golfer to enter the tourney, which includes lunch, and the possibility at grand prizes both in raffles and on the course. Play will start at 8 in the morning.
“There’s a $10,000 prize for a hole-in-one,” said Kris Kascht, chairwoman for the event and daughter of Mary Kascht, the instrumental figure in raising money for Griffin Hall, which houses The Holy Family Table ministry...