Kentwood’s Fifth Annual Freeze Fest Disc Golf Tournament and Food Drive Slated for Feb. 22
The City of Kentwood and Great Lakes Disc have once again partnered to host the fifth annual Freeze Fest doubles disc golf tournament and food drive on Saturday, Feb. 22.
Disc golfers of all levels are invited to partake in the best-shot doubles competition at Jaycee Park, located at 1088 Gentian Dr. SE. Funds raised this year will benefit City of Kentwood Parks and Recreation youth programs and all food donations will help stock Kentwood’s Little Free Pantry.
On-site registration begins at 9 a.m. and the first round of the tournament starts at 10 a.m. The cost is $40 and one canned food donation per team.
“We look forward to this event every year not only because disc golf and a little competition is exciting by nature, but because it’s incredible to watch community members come together in support of Kentwood initiatives,” said Lori Gresnick, Kentwood recreation program coordinator. “Last year, we collected an entire car load of groceries and supplies for the Little Free Pantry, which really goes a long way.”
Located in the Kentwood Activities Center at 355 48th St. SE, Kentwood’s Little Free Pantry is a year-round resource for area residents to take or donate food and personal care items. No applications necessary, and no questions asked.
More information about Kentwood Little Free Pantry, including a list of suggested donations, is available online at kentwood.us/littlefreepantry.
Pre-registration and more event information is available online at: www.kentwood.us/freezefest.