Members of the community packed Greywalls on Thursday afternoon for the annual Bay Cliff Golf Outing.
Over 130 golfers came out to raise money for the Bay Cliff Health Camp and support the kids. The cost was $500 for each team to play. All the money raised will go to help fund therapy and activities for the kids. Players teed off at 12:30 p.m.
"Just seeing other people that don't come to our camp to visit," said Heather Bohn of Bay Cliff. "It's good to see other people who support us."
"We really believe in what Bay Cliff does and the wonderful things they do with the kids," added Nicole Burony.
"Speechless...like, this is huge, this is the biggest thing ever," said Cole Anderson of Bay Cliff.
People also had the chance to enter an auction to win a Harley Davidson motorcycle. Bay Cliff hopes to raise $30,000 through the event.