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The sixth annual Watertown Police Department Charity Golf Tournament to benefit the Harold Leever Cancer Center will be held October 1st, 2021 at Crestbrook Park Golf Course. The tournament is specifically raising money for the “Stepping Forward” Survivorship Program, designed to address the needs of cancer survivors and provide them with an effective post-treatment plan for care, disease prevention, and support. Cancer affects everyone inside the department and in our community. Our past tournaments have raised over $100,000.00 for the program. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease, and what better time of the year to show our support. The Watertown Police Department Charity is a nonprofit organization that is committed to the wellbeing of our community. All donations will go directly to the Survivorship Program and are tax-deductible. Golfing slots and sponsorship opportunities are filling up. Anyone with any questions, or to register is asked to call Sergeant Chris Paquin, Officer Chris Donston or Officer Zach Buesser at 860-945-5200 or click on the darkened e-mail addresses to send an email. Non golfers can purchase tickets to attend the dinner. “Click Here” for a printable WPD Charity Golf Tournament Boucher.

“In Honor Of” and “In Memory Of” signs will be available for $20.00 to have your loved ones name posted throughout the course. For information on those signs, please contact Detective Mark Conway at 860- 945-521 or “Click Here to be directed to the printable order form.