St. Francis Fiesta golf tourney set for Saturday in Queen Valley

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A golf tournament is being held this Saturday, June 29 at Queen Valley Golf Club in support of the 34th Annual St. Francis Church Fiesta.

Registration will begin at 6:30 a.m. and the tourney will start promptly at 7:30 a.m. The registration fee is $40, which includes lunch and a golf cart. In addition, beverages will be on sale as well as egg and chorizo burros. The burros will cost $3. Participants can register Saturday morning or by calling Arthur Ramirez at 520-827-0941 or the golf club at 520-463-2214.

Donations of gift baskets, gift certificates, gift cards and monetary gifts are still being sought by the Fiesta Tournament Committee. To make a donation of any kind, call Olga Lopez at 520-827-4119 or Arthur Ramirez at the number listed above.

Profits from the tourney will be used as seed money for the Annual St. Francis Fiesta held each September. Each of the Fiesta Queen Candidates, Marissa Estatico, Alicia Green, Malaya Martinez and Keana Torres continue with their fund raising as well with individual giveaways, food sales, horseshoe tournaments, ticket sales and more.

Of the 15 food and game booths, only three remain without a designated chairperson. The Fiesta Committee is still looking for volunteers to chair the taquito/Indian fry bread booth, the carne asada booth and the corn on the cob booth.

The next Fiesta Committee meeting has been set for July 8 at 7 p.m. in St. Mary’s Center. Everyone is free to attend.

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