2014 Invitational Golf Tournament
Make plans now to join us for this best ball golf tournament to raise money for programs that serve youth who have aged out of foster care. There are several ways to get involved. Participate as a golfer, become a sponsor, or serve as a volunteer. It will be a fun day at the beautiful Fort Lauderdale Country Club. Your participation will certainly be a good deed and we can assure you, it will help change lives for the better.
Registration & Breakfast: 7:30 a.m. Shotgun Start: 9:00 am
The Day Includes: Warm-up Range Balls, Hole-In-One Prize, Closest to the Pin Award, Longest Drive Award and a delicious boxed breakfast. Golf Tournament followed by Cocktails, Lunch & Live Auction. Spouses invited to join us for dinner.
Single Golfer: $225
Non-Golfer Dinner Guest: $50
Spots still available! Please contact Rhonda Felder at email@example.com. For more information please call (954) 563-5454 or sign up below!
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Friends & Financial Supporters: SALAH FOUNDATION Jim Moran Foundation CITY of FORT LAUDERDALE Broward County Harris Solomon & Katharine Barry BROWARD DEVELOPMENT GROUP COMMUNITY FOUNDATION of BROWARD UNITED WAY OF BROWARD COUNTY WORKFORCE ONE - Florida Back to Work CitiBank Bank of America Lockhart Family Foundation TD Bank Gibraltar Private Bank Jarden Community Foundation Kate Obstgarten Foundation Rotary Club of Pompano Beach Enterprise Leasing Sam’s Club SunTrust AutoNation QUOTA International Junior Welfare...read more
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