Breese, Ill.-based Poettker Construction, a second-generation family-owned construction company, raised more than $30,000 in an annual golf classic for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
The golf classic, titled “Building Children’s Futures,” was held July 26 at Governor’s Run Golf Course in Carlyle.
“We are thankful for our employees, friends, business partners and sponsors who make this event possible,” said Kevin Poettker, director of business development and BBBS board member. “This tournament really shows our commitment to our community and provides us a great chance to give back.”
Proceeds will be used to support the BBBS mission of helping children recognize their potential and build better futures. Since 1980, the organization has helped thousands of youth face adversity and develop mentorship in Clinton, Madison, Monroe and St. Clair counties.
“Congratulations on a well-planned and executed tournament,” said Heather Freed, president and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters. “We are thankful for our relationship with Poettker, and the donations help support our mission.”
To learn more about Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Illinois, visit https://www.bbbsil.org/.
About Poettker Construction
Established in 1980, Poettker Construction is a second-generation, family-owned and veteran-owned construction company. Specializing in construction management, design/build, general contracting and self-perform work, Poettker Construction serves the education, government, health-care, industrial, municipal, recreation and retail industries. Visit poettkerconstruction.com.