GOLFIN’ CONCH STYLE – Funds raised for school, community programs


It was a “par-tee” of all sorts during the annual golfing-on-the-water tournament, the Conch Scramble, on Sept. 28. Participants decked out in costumes made several stops along the bayside in Islamorada as they hit biodegradable golf balls on a floating green. Those who shanked it left or pulled it right were feeding the fish, as balls turned into food. The Conch Scramble is a nonprofit organization, and money raised from the event will go to the Key Largo School Parent Teacher Association, Coral Shores High School Culinary Program and Islamorada Firefighters Explorer Program. 

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