Saturday July 29 11:30AM - 06:00PM
13th Annual UPS Green Mountain United Way Golf Classic Barre Country Club


Barre Country Club, 142 Drake Rd., Barre, VT 05641

There is no better way to help your community than to have fun while doing it! At our UPS Green Mountain United Way’s Annual Golf Classic your day of golf makes you a partner in United Way’s fight for the health, education and financial stability of every person in every community in our five-county region including Caledonia, Essex, Orleans, Orange and Washington counties.

We are glad to have you on our team for this tournament and on our team as we bring together individuals, businesses, government, human service agencies and volunteers around a common vision to create maximum impact and achieve long-lasting results. Your support helps foster children transition to a new home with a backpack of their own, helps families get the financial skills they need to make sure they have stable, healthy lives, and helps low-income employees access the community and human service resources they need.

Registration is at 11:30am and the 13th Annual Green Mountain United Way Golf Classic commences with a shot gun start at 1:00pm with a dinner and awards ceremony at 5:00pm. This is an 18 hole course. 

Important Info

Barre Country Club

142 Drake Road, Barre, VT 05641

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