District 751 Golfs and Rides for Guide Dogs


Participants of IAM District 751’s 21st annual Guide Dogs of America Charity Golf Tournament show off their first place trophy after winning a one-hole playoff to win the best-ball tournament.

IAM District 751, Seattle, capped off the remaining days of summer with two successful fundraisers for Guide Dogs of America (GDA).

IAM District 751’s 11th annual Puppy Putt charity motorcycle ride raised more than $11,000 for Guide Dogs of America.

Some 200 golfers took part in the 21st annual GDA Charity Golf Tournament, raising nearly $15,000 for the charity.

“We had a really great tournament this year,” said District 751 Business Representative Jon Holden. “We had some great sponsors and a really strong team of volunteers who put it all together.”

The district’s 11th annual Puppy Putt charity motorcycle ride raised more than $11,000 for Guide Dogs.

“We had a lot of great sponsors and some really hard-working volunteers,” said District 751 member Jim Kakuschke. “We had a really good day, and we raised a lot of money for a great cause.”

Guide Dogs of America provides service dogs, and training in their use, free of charge to people who are blind or have impaired vision from across the United States and Canada.