Old Second National Bank John White & Company Investment /Tax Consultants Goldy Locks, Inc. Kiwanis Club of Frankfort

The third & final $10,000 All-American Golf Ball Drop took place & the winners were: Janet Zarack, Kiwanis Club of Frankfort, Stacey Mitchell & Nancy Van Wermeskerken! Tom Van Dellen from the Kiwanis Club was extremely generous & donated their winnings back to the Foundation!  Thank you to our Presenting Sponsors: Old Second National Bank, John White & Company Investments/Tax Consultants, Goldy Locks, Inc. & the Kiwanis Club of Frankfort for their financial support. We appreciate the Village of New Lenox, Altorfer CAT Rental and Sanctuary Golf Course for their kindness! Thanks to all who purchased golf balls & sadly, the secret numbers did not match the winning numbers. We hope to do this event again in 2022!

The Drop must take place on the green of a regulation hole at a regulation golf course. All hole/cup must adhere to USGA &/or PGA specifications. It is understood & agreed that there will be no less than the number of golf balls dropped than that called out in the certificate of coverage ( 1000). Each ball will be marked with a unique number from 1 to 1,000. It is understood & agreed that each "number" purchased (this is listed on the certificate of coverage) shall be marked on the golf ball & the ball closest to the pin shall be the only ball eligible for the insured prize. A sealed Master Envelope containing the winning "number" (as listed on the certificate of coverage) shall be provided to the client. This envelope must remain sealed & can only be opened in accordance with the Drawing Procedures. If the number on any of the golf balls dropped are determined as the closest to the pin matches with the winning number in the sealed envelope, the person who purchased this ball shall be deemed the winner of the Insured Prize. The prize does not restore if there are multiple winners, & the prize would be split evenly between the multiple winners. The entire Matching Number Ball Drop & the execution of the drawing procedures herein must be videotaped in its entirety, & such videotape must be uninterrupted.

Every golf ball is assigned a unique number from 1 to 1,000. If less than 1,000 golf balls are purchased/sold, the number of balls dropped shall correspond to 1000. Once all golf balls have been dropped & have come to a resting stop, the ball closest to the pin shall be the only ball eligible for the insured prize. The Assured must first read the closest to the pin ball number that is eligible into the camera. It is only after the closest to the pin numbers have been recorded can the Master Envelope be opened to reveal the true winning number. If there is a match, the insured prize is won. If there is no match, there is no winner of the insured prize. Must have 2 non-participating witnesses & a raw continuous uninterrupted, unedited videotape of this event is required.

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