If you have an event that supports Veterans, you instantly have our utmost respect and support. If you throw in that you also enjoy listening to our morning show on Q106.5, you win over our hearts, too.

Jaeden Foster of Emerging Leaders Network did just that, and they are throwing their first annual golf tournament this summer to support Maine Veterans Project. We are proud to try and get the word out and support the tournament. And because of the compliment, we'll be buying Jaeden's drinks all 18 holes (or until our credit card gets declined - whichever comes first).

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The Specifics of The Golf Tourney Supporting Maine Veterans

Emerging Leaders Network 1st Annual Charity Golf Tournament to benefit Maine Veterans Project will take place on June 29th at Jato Highlands Golf Course in Lincoln, ME. Registration is at 8am and the event begins at 9am. This 18-hole 4-person scramble is $70 per person and includes your registration and meal.

Emerging Leaders Network Golf Tournament
Emerging Leaders Network Golf Tournament
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There are several different tiers for sponsorship. To secure your sponsorship or have any general questions about the golf tournament, reach out to Jaeden Folster or Miranda Richards.

Who Are the Organizers of This Golf Tournament for Maine Veterans?

The Emerging Leaders Network is a group of Northeast Paving employees whom Managers nominate as an individual who exemplifies the qualities of a leader. The group's mission is to create a diverse and inclusive network of professionals dedicated to developing and strengthening relationships within the organization, industry, and community through collaboration, education, and mentorship. ELN works to achieve this goal by participating in events that focus on Professional Development, Community Service, and Team Building.

How Will This Golf Tournament Benefit Maine Veterans?

Maine Veterans Project

Proceeds go to Maine Veterans Project who do so much for our Vets in Maine. They offer programs and activities and also use all resources to make sure our Veterans have the basic life essentials.

Additionally, Maine Veterans Project has an automobile program for those Veterans in need of a vehicle, a pet program to pair up Veterans and animals looking for a home, and so much more. If it benefits a Veteran, MVP is on it.

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