(New Castle) – The Citizens State Bank HOF Golf Classic, an annual fundraiser supporting the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame, was held on Monday, July 24 at Pebble Brook Golf Club in Noblesville.
Through the participation of 180 golfers from 30 teams and record-high sponsorship totals, this year’s event raised $26,114 in support of the operating costs for the 14,000 square foot Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame museum located in New Castle.
Pictured (left to right) are HOF Executive Director Chris May, Citizens State Bank President and CEO Dan Maddox and Citizens State Bank Chief Lending Officer John DeLucia at a recent check presentation representing the total funds raised at this year’s event.
This was the 27th year that the Golf Classic has been held, an event that has now raised over $595,000 for operating expenses of the museum, which is in its’ 27th year of existence in New Castle.
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The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame, established in 1962, seeks to enhance the role of basketball in Indiana by honoring those high school basketball players, coaches, officials and others who gained fame on the hardwoods of Indiana and in subsequent years have reflected honor upon themselves and the Indiana basketball community. Since 1990, the organization has maintained a 14,000 square foot museum in New Castle dedicated to the history of basketball in Indiana.