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The 15th Annual David Liebchen Memorial Golf Outing benefitting VOICEcorps is in the history books now. We're very grateful to our sponsor, Big Lots Foundation, and to the many sponsors of holes, our donors and players.  Our players came, wore masks, and played some great rounds of golf. 

Auction QR Code 2020

Didn't win?  No worries, you can still be a winner in our Golf Outing AUCTION! 

There are 11 fantastic courses to bid on and win a round of golf in 2021 for you and your friends.

Click this link or scan the QR code to go to the Auction website.  Auction closes September 30.

Here's the list of winners for our Golf Outing prizes!

Scramble Winning Team (Scorecard Playoff)

    Score 59 (-13): Matt Cramblit, Philip Roseberry, Rod Davisson, Stacie Davisson

Scramble Runner-Up Team

    Score 59 (-13): Rick Overbaugh, Amy Overbaugh, Zac Guisinger, Brandi Guisinger

Skill Prizes

    Hole #1 Men Long Drive: Philip Roseberry

    Hole #8 Ladies Closest To Pin: Christine Totman

    Hole #14 Ladies Long Drive: Amanda Pancake

    Hole #16 Men Long Putt: Greg Miller

    Hole #17 Men Closest To Pin: Charlie Mitchell

    Hole #18 Ladies Long Putt: Mary Macynski

Our 50/50 raffle winner is Lucas Weiland

If we haven't reached you already, contact Voicecorps at 614-274-7650 to collect your winnings!



Our Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic - updated September 14, 2020

Voicecorps has been fulfilling its role as an essential service, delivering access to print news and information for Ohio's population of blind, legally blind, visually impaired and others who have a disability which prevents them from using print.  We know how important it is to have access to current information during normal times - and during this health crisis we feel tremendous urgency to keep that flow of information alive and well.

Volunteers are the core of our ability to deliver service.  To maintain service and to keep these dedicated men and women safe, we're transitioning from in-studio readings by volunteers, to at-home recordings and live readings via telephone.  There is no doubt that some loss of audio quality will occur under these less than ideal circumstances.  Some regularly scheduled readings may not be provided in order to bring our audience the most up-to-date news and information or to accomodate the need for the safety of our staff and volunteers.

There will be unusual expenses associated with these changes - exactly what they will be, how much, or for how long we cannot say.  We do ask that when you are supporting charities responding to the COVID pandemic, that you remember Voicecorps Reading Service and it's vital role delivering news and information to a vulnerable audience.  At this time, the safest way to donate is online - here on our webpage.

Last but not least, we want to continue adding new, eligible listeners to the audience.  If you know someone who has difficulty or finds reading print impossible, consider referring them to Voicecorps.  Ask them to phone us at 614-274-7650.  We'll find the best way to connect them to our transmissions on radio, TV-SAP, Cable, and the web.  Thank you for staying home, staying safe, and for being a supporter of Voicecorps.