Join us for the Deb Castino Golf Outing

Golf OutingThe Boys and Girls Club of Noblesville invites you to participate in the annual Deb Castino Golf Outing. Proceeds from the Deb Castino Golf Outing benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville.

The 2017 Deb Castino Memorial Golf Outing will be held on June 13th at the Harbour Trees Golf Club. Check-in begins at 10:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at noon.

Our annual golf outing is a wonderful place to promote your business and support the Club. Click on the button below to learn more about sponsorships.

Join us at Harbour Trees to get the summer started right!

 

About Deb Castino

Deb Castino

Deb was a graduate of Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory High School and DePauw University. She was employed by the FC Tucker Company in Noblesville, where she was 1st Vice President Real Estate Broker; CRS; and a member of the FC Tucker President's Club. She was a member of First United Methodist Church in Noblesville; a Boys and Girls Club of Noblesville board member; past-president of Boys and Girls Club Auxiliary; a member of Harbour Trees Golf Club and the Elks Lodge of Noblesville. Deb had a very prominent presence in Noblesville community which she embraced dearly. She was active and participated in many various community activities.

Organizations Partner for Annual Bed Race

The Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville, Noblesville Parks Department and Noblesville Main Street are partnering to present the 2016 Darlington Bed Race through the downtown square beginning at 7 p.m. Friday, June 3.

Noblesville Bed Race“It’s family-friendly fun for a good cause,” said Abigail Rinehart, bed race organizer and unit director at the Noblesville Boys & Girls Club. “The race has grown each year and it’s also provided children with the opportunity to participate in a summer activity regardless of finances.”

The annual bed race involves racing custom designed beds on wheels on Ninth Street. It provides an enjoyable experience for onlookers and participants alike while raising money for area youth. All of the proceeds from the race are split evenly for financial need scholarships for summer camp programming at the Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville and Noblesville Parks and Recreation

“The bed race has become a Noblesville tradition unlike any other,” said Noblesville Parks Assistant Director Mike Hoffmeister. “While it’s fun, entertaining and competitive, it’s also a valuable event for our local youth. It is necessary and important to provide an avenue for those in the community that can’t always afford the services that we offer.”

Adults and families, businesses or organizations, and schools or clubs are invited to “Put School to Bed and Race into Summer” by participating in this unique foot race. Teams consist of four to five racers ages 16 or older. Teams may bring their own custom bed or can borrow a bed from the hosts. Fees are $50 (until May 13) and $75 (after May 13) for teams who bring a bed and $100 for teams who borrow a bed. Teams compete head-to head in a double elimination bracket until a champion is crowned. Viewing of the race is free of charge. 

“Some use the event as teamwork building and some are groups of friends or coworkers. Everybody has different reasons for being out there besides supporting the cause,” said Rinehart. “Most teams also create themed beds complete with costumed racers that make the races even more enjoyable for fans.”

The Bed Race will serve as the Noblesville Main Street June First Friday event. Booth spaces are available for $150 and also contribute to youth scholarships.

Noblesville Bed Race“We always look forward to this fun evening in downtown Noblesville and the crowd it brings,” said NMS Executive Director Chris Owens. “The Bed Race is another way we can pool resources and valuable services that benefit the City of Noblesville. It also provides another great reason to spend the evening downtown before, during and after the race.”

Prizes for teams include cash, concert tickets and a limo ride, skyzone passes, and much more. For more information, call 773-4372 or e-mail arinehart@bgcni.org.

Special Thanks to all of the Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville Sponsors