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story.lead_photo.caption Courtesy Photo Open Avenues clients Chrissy (from right), Trevor, Charlie, Allison, Tom, and Don are pictured at work. Putts & Pints today will benefit the nonprofit organization, which serves adults with disabilities.

Putts & Pints presented by Reynolds Consumer Products will benefit Open Avenues Foundation this evening at Golf Mountain Mini Golf in Rogers. New this year is the Unilever 19th Hole, which will feature the Unilever Ice Cream Truck, RazorRacks BBQ food truck and the Crackerjack Gastro Lab.

Organizers say: "The highlight of the night is the putt-off contest for the opportunity to win the coveted Mini-Masters Green Jacket."

Putts & Pints

Who: Open Avenues Foundation

What: Miniature golf, beer, food, prizes, music

When: 6 p.m. today

Where: Golf Mountain Mini Golf in Rogers

Foursome registration: $120

Information: (479) 636-5082 or ksampson@openavenues.org

Registration for a team of four is $120 and includes beer, food truck snacks, music and chances to win prizes. Pre-registration is required.

The organization serves adults with disabilities and helps its clients live as independently as possible while being active participants in the community at large. The nonprofit organization provides employment and job skills training along with job placement services.

The group will soar to new heights Aug. 24 at Drake Field in Fayetteville with the inaugural SOAR NWA, which will feature hot-air activities (weather permitting), skydiving, helicopter rides, a children's play area, food vendors and a beer garden.

-- Carin Schoppmeyer

cschoppmeyer@nwadg.com

NAN Our Town on 05/16/2019

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