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Our 2nd Annual Golf Outing is Friday, September 8th, 2023! 

We are looking forward to a fantastic day with our friends and supporters

Friday September 8th, 2023 • Registration: 7:30am, Shotgun Start: 9:00am

StoneWater Golf Club, 1 Club Drive, Highland Heights, OH

Please join us for the 2nd Annual Veterans & First Responders Foundation Golf Outing! We will have a great day of golf to support the VFR's ongoing initiatives to help our nations heroes. We are honored to welcome Horse Soldier Bourbon as our special guest!


Our event will feature 18-hole, four-person scramble, breakfast, lunch, beverages, and team and individual awards. Sponsorship packages are available to provide you added recognition and business opportunities at the event. Register today and be sure to invite your friends and business associates to register as well. If you have any questions, please contact us.



We have completed our Veterans and First Responders First Annual Golf Outing, held at the prestigious StoneWater Country Club. The purpose of this event was to raise funds and support for the building of the VFR Homefront Campus, a place dedicated to serving and assisting the brave first responders of the community.

As the golfers arrived at the lush green fairways of StoneWater, they were greeted with warm smiles and gratitude from the organizers. Veterans, police officers, firefighters, paramedics, and many others from different walks of life had come together for a common cause. The air was filled with a sense of camaraderie and a shared commitment to supporting those who selflessly protect and serve their fellow citizens.

Throughout the day, the golfers played their rounds with enthusiasm and determination. Laughter and friendly banter filled the air, as old friends and new acquaintances shared stories and bonded over their shared experiences. The golf course, usually a place of competition, transformed into a sanctuary of support and understanding.

As the sun began its descent, the golfers completed their rounds and made their way back to the clubhouse. The atmosphere buzzed with anticipation for the evening's closing ceremony and auction. As the participants gathered, they were joined by local officials, community leaders, and grateful citizens who had come to show their support.

The event's organizers took to the stage, their faces beaming with pride and gratitude. They shared stories of courage and sacrifice, reminding everyone of the tremendous importance of honoring and caring for the heroes in their midst. The funds raised from the event were announced, and the applause that followed echoed through the night, a testament to the community's unwavering support.

With each dollar raised, the vision of the VFR Homefront campus grew closer to reality. The campus would stand as a symbol of gratitude, a place where first responders could find solace, healing, and the support they deserved. It was a testament to the town's unwavering commitment to those who put their lives on the line every day.

As the night drew to a close, a sense of accomplishment filled the air. The first annual golf outing had not only been a day of friendly competition but also a powerful demonstration of unity and support. The community had rallied together, affirming its commitment to its veterans and first responders.

And so, with hearts full of gratitude and determination, the attendees left StoneWater Country Club that evening. They carried with them the memories of a day filled with compassion, camaraderie, and a shared commitment to building a brighter future for those who dedicate their lives to serving others. The VFR Homefront campus would soon become a reality, a testament to the town's unwavering support for their heroes.

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