Siouxlanders teed off to fight hunger at Whispering Creek Golf Club.
The annual "Will Golf For Food" event took place Monday in Morningside.
The fundraiser helps the Food Bank of Siouxland keep its shelves stocked, especially important in a rough economy.
The tournament was open to the public. The Bank gets money both from sign up fees, and from people sponsoring holes.
The event is an important fundraiser for the food bank, and they're very pleased with this year's turnout.
"We're grateful to Siouxland. Events like this are successful because people say, 'Yes, I want to make sure that people have enough food to eat,' and so they help us out. I'm just so grateful for the partnership we have with our community," Linda Scheid, Executive Director of the Food Bank of Siouxland said.
The golf outing takes place every year on the first Monday of August.
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