The Arc of Summit and Portage Counties will hold its 25th Annual Benefit Golf Scramble on Thursday, June 26, at Ellsworth Meadows Golf Club, in Hudson. The benefit will be an 18-hole scramble with a shotgun start. All of the proceeds raised at this event will be used to directly benefit the people served through The Arc.

The Arc of Summit and Portage Counties is a nonprofit organization that advocates for people with developmental disabilities, including Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy and other diagnoses. For over 60 years, The Arc of Summit and Portage Counties has been on the front lines of change for people with developmental disabilities. The Arc helps individuals achieve their life goals and participate in the community by creating opportunities for education, employment, housing and recreation. The local chapter is just one of more than 700 chapters across the nation working together to change public attitudes and foster respect, access and inclusion.

The Benefit Golf Scramble is open to the public. Entrance for the benefit is $90 per person and includes 18 holes of golf with cart, range balls, Continental breakfast, lunch, and a dinner provided by the Texas Roadhouse in Stow. Prize packages will be awarded to the top three teams. Prize drawings and a $10,000 hole-in-one contest are also included. For reservations or to become a sponsor, call The Arc office at 330-836-5863.