As I mentioned in a previous post, when it comes to golf I am extremely far off from teeing it up with the professionals, but when it comes to mini golf, that is a different story. Growing up in southwest Georgia, as a kid my parents would take my sister and I to the adjacent town of Albany to play mini golf at Putt Putt. Mini golf is a great bonding activity for families because it takes a challenging game, golf, and condenses it down so everyone who plays is essentially on the same level. Quite often you can get a hole in one and overall, it is a great way to build memories.
We are fortunate to have some really great courses here in the Cocoa Beach area. Over the weekend, the Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs Council (MAC) held a golf event at Golf N Gator aimed at promoting the council as well as strengthening the bond between local military families and the community. Throughout the day, participants had an opportunity to network with one another, play mini golf, view the animal exhibits, eat delicious food donated by DIYM Catering, and register for drawings. Overall, the event was a huge success and many memories were made.
On behalf of the Chamber, I would like to thank the MAC and Golf N Gator for hosting such a wonderful event, all of the sponsors and raffle donors for their generous support, and all of the volunteers and guests who took time out of their busy schedules to help promote the Chamber and MAC to the community.
Until next time,