Lags weekend set for July 8-9

The Give a Hoot for Self-Help Weekend is back in person in 2022! Learn more about the Lags Memorial Golf Tournament on FRIDAY, JULY 8 and the annual LAGSRIDE bike ride on SATURDAY, JULY 9 here.

The Lags weekend events honor the memory of Dave “Lags” Lageschulte, Hooters franchise owner, Waverly native and a long-time supporter of Self-Help International.

What can you expect?


      • Different course, same format! This year, we decided to spice it up by hosting it at the Prairie Links Golf Course. Four person best shot! We know how important it is to keep the team together! Join  your friends out on the course and try your hand at winning some great prizes!
      • Golfer gift packs and lunch on the course plus a live auction and after golf party.

Four person best shot

$400 per foursome
$100 per individual

Prairie Links Golf Course is located at 19 Eagle Ridge Dr. in Waverly, IA 50677

REGISTER HERE  or by calling 319-352-4040.



On SATURDAY, JULY 9, meet at Kohlmann Park at 101 1st St. NW in Waverly, to begin a 20 mile ride on the Rail Trail to Denver, Iowa, and back. The adventurous cyclist can also ride the bonus loop to Readlyn for a total of 30 miles. Each rider will receive a swag bag at the registration table and be invited to stop along the way for refreshments, fun and games. Bike at your own pace and return back to Kohlmann Park by 12:30 p.m. for a hotdog lunch.  Cost is $20 per bicycle in advance or $30 the day of event.

Click here to REGISTER YOUR BIKE or by calling 319-352-4040.

All proceeds from the 2022 Lags Memorial Golf Tournament Weekend will benefit Self-Help International, Waverly’s own international non-profit organization, in their mission to alleviate hunger by helping people help themselves. Self-Help provides opportunities for rural farm families around the world to improve their quality of life with dignity through improving agriculture, fighting malnutrition, accessing clean water, and empowering women and girls. Self-Help’s long-term solutions help families in Ghana and Nicaragua escape hunger and poverty.