The Gibault Raffle will be held on July 25th, during the Gibault Golf Outing in Terre Haute. We will livestream the drawing so that everyone can watch it online. We will send more information about the broadcast in the future. We will send out notification of the winners on the website after the drawing.
To make this a successful raffle, please send the tickets, a check and the GR1 form to me by July 18th
6837 County Road 19
Auburn, IN 46706
I have a team working with me to put this together. Please see above for the correct form. Please email or call me with any questions.
Gibault Envoy Chairman
***********As a result of the current restrictions, uncertainty of when those restrictions will be lifted, and in the interest of everyone’s safety and wellness, Gibault has made the decision to postpone this year’s golf scramble. The new date is THURSDAY, JULY 30, 2020.
Our 24th Annual Golf Scramble will still be held at the Country Club of Terre Haute with registration starting at 10:00 a.m. Lunch will be served at 11:00 a.m. and tee off will be at noon. Entry fees will remain the same at $85 per person or $340 per team of 4. We will be limiting teams to 31 again this year so we recommend sending money in as early as possible to ensure your team has a spot.
We will continue to closely monitor guidelines from the CDC and if travel and large gatherings remain limited or prohibited in July, we will consider the event a “rain out”; cash prizes will not be awarded; refunds will not be given; and 100% of the proceeds will directly benefit the children at Gibault.
This golf scramble is Gibault’s largest fundraising event. Please mark your calendars and be a part of it!
34th Annual Gibault Envoy Conference was held on September 14, 2019. We had an awesome turn-out and a beautiful day. We had over 100 councils represented, and the Parade of Checks brought in $41,682.84. Craig Hanusin presented the per capita check from the state in the amount of $52,998.26.
I want to thank all of the Envoys, the State Officers and all the guests who came. Michelle Madley and her staff had a very good program planned for the day. There was a kid’s showcase with a Taste of Gibault, where the dorms competed against each other making tasty desserts and the guests were the judges. A short stroll would take you to the movie theatre where children showed pictures of their activities, and a visit to the ice cream parlor would get you an ice cream and a smile from some of the residents. There was also a kid’s panel who answered questions from the audience and later, a talent show with some remarkable dancing and singing. Father Fred Pasche celebrated mass at the end of the day. What a perfect way to end a perfect day. We hope to see you all next year.