Annual Putt-N-Crawl goes solo for 2021

The annual Putt-N-Crawl fundraising event changes course due to the pandemic.
The annual Putt-N-Crawl fundraising event changes course due to the pandemic.(Jace Barraclough)
Published: Feb. 23, 2021 at 5:00 PM CST
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NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) - A local annual favorite is going solo this year due to COVID-19.

The Putt-N-Crawl, as we’ve come to know it, is now Putt-N-Solo. Although will look different from years past, you still have time to raise money for Deborah’s Legacy, a local non-profit organization that helps women facing homelessness in crisis situations.

“Obviously, at the time, when you start planning, you don’t know what the world is going to look like and we certainly couldn’t have that responsibility on our shoulders that if things still really looked closed down, we just didn’t want to put something out there when we didn’t know what the world was going to look like,” said event coordinator Keri Fisher. “We also had some major life events this fall that really personally took the energy from the event coordinators, Syd, Tammi and myself, so that took a toll on us too. So energy wise, the putting event is a huge undertaking, so we just decided to go this route this year and save our energy to do it right next year.”

There are three ways to participate this year. Purchase a t-shirt for $25 by March 8. Gather your family and create your own putting hole at home. Dine in at Pals Brewing Company on Thursday, Feb. 25 or The Good Life on March 6. Ten percent of sales go to Deborah’s Legacy. Contact Tammi Ramsey at 605-484-6960.

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