Golf Tournament Team Spots Filling Up Fast

Adison Wash is Localworks’ Marketing and Community Relations Associate.

Attention golfers: this Sept. 21 Localworks is hosting its first-annual golf tournament and spots are filling up fast!

The scramble is set to begin at 7:30 a.m. at Applewood Golf Course, 14001 W. 32nd Ave., Golden. It is a fundraiser for Localworks, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that partners with the City of Wheat Ridge, our local businesses and residents to advance Wheat Ridge as a vibrant and sustainable community. All money raised during this event will be put back into keeping their programs free and accessible to the Wheat Ridge community. Programs and events organized by Localworks include, but are not limited to, Ridgefest, Mid-Century and Modern Home Tour, the Home Improvement Loan programs and TLC Dumpster Days.

Players in the 18-hole scramble can expect to pay $70 per person or $200 for a team of four. Lunch will be served at the end of the tournament. Each player will receive two drink tickets upon registration, and more drink tickets will be available for purchase throughout the tournament. Players can also purchase fun items that help their play and standing in the tournament, including things like mulligans, string and a celebrity putt shot, as well as mini games/prizes from the sponsor tents throughout the course.

To register yourself or a team please visit 

Did You Know … Block Party Grants Are Available To YOU?

Localworks’ mission is to keep Wheat Ridge a vibrant and sustainable place to live and work. Part of having a strong community is having strong neighborhoods, and that means connecting with your neighbors. We strive to provide those opportunities to get to know your neighbors, celebrate your neighborhood and join together those that live close by. 

The Block Party grant program reimburses approved applicants up to $150 for block parties that they may throw in their neighborhood. Sound like something you’re interested in? The application process is simple! First visit, where you can find more information, and also fill out the application. Next, for safety reasons, you’ll need to block off your street! Please visit the city’s website for more information. 

Residents can take creative freedoms on how you and your neighbors will use the grant. Whether you want to rent a bouncy house, a giant bubble machine or even just some good food to enjoy together! A block party is the perfect way to spend the end of summer with family, friends and neighbors!

If you have any questions regarding block parties or TLC dumpster grants please reach out to

Adison Wash is Localworks’ Marketing and Community Relations Associate.

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