Sponsor for Rotary Events

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Left to Right: Rotarians Mike Raab, Maureen McGuaran, Rebecca Binkowski, Annie Campbell, David Lowden

Bank of the Islands becomes the first of two Dual Silver Sponsors for two Upcoming Rotary Fundraisers.   “Bank of the Islands is happy to be a Dual Silver Sponsor of the Rotary’s 2021 Golf Charity Cup and 2022 Arts and Crafts Festival,” said David Lowden, the Bank’s Vice President and Sanibel-Captiva Office Private Client Relations. “As with other Rotary events we have sponsored in the past, we are proud to support the good work done by Rotary here on our islands and across the world.”

This years’ Golf Charity Cup Scramble will be held November 13th at the Sanibel Island Golf Club and the Arts and Crafts Festival will be February 19 & 20 at the Sanibel Community House.

Additional information and online registration for golfers and sponsors can be found at  www.sanibelrotary.org Golf Charity Cup or Arts & Crafts Festival tabs.

The daylong Golf Charity Cup will feature fun elements including:

Prizes for the Lowest Scoring Team

Skill prizes for Closest-to-the-Pin, Longest Drive and most Accurate Drive

A “Hole-in-One” tournament with a Yamaha Golf Cart prize.

Join in the excitement watching the balls drop from the helicopter scheduled for approximately 1:30 PM.

Win cash by being one of the three balls Closest-to-the-Pin at the Helicopter Ball Drop.

Purchase golf balls for the chance to win cash online at www.sanibelrotary.org Golf Charity Cup or by calling 239-898-8900.


For Charity Cup sponsorship information or to make a personal contribution go online or contact Mike Raab 239-898-8900.

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