(June 2, 2017) The Worcester County Developmental Center (WCDC) will host its 11th annual golf tournament on Tuesday, June 13 at the Ocean City Golf Club.

Bill Gibbs and The Dough Roller family are again leading the way as event sponsors, and Cecil Tull is at the helm for the 11th year as tournament chair.

Over the past nine years, this great time on the course for a great cause has raised money for adults who live with an intellectual disability in Worcester, Wicomico and Somerset counties. The money has purchased commercial laundry equipment, catering ware, lawn mowers, pallet jacks and hand trucks, which have both provided employment for the WCDC clients and helped prepare them for jobs in the community.

The day will include 18 holes on the Seaside Course, buffet lunch and full dinner prepared and served by the clients of WCDC. Also included will be drinks on the course, an open bar post play and a door prize and goody bag for every golfer.

Registration and lunch open at 12:30 p.m., followed by a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m.

For those unable to golf, various levels of sponsorship are available and donations of gifts and prizes for the golfers will be accepted. For more information about the tournament, visit the WCDC website, www.wcdcservices.com, contact Jack Ferry at 410-632-2382, ext. 117 or Tull at 410-213-2022.

For more information about the WCDC programs, visit the website or call Ferry.

WCDC is a member of the United Way, the Ocean City, Berlin, Ocean Pines and Snow Hill Chambers of Commerce and Business Networking International.

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