Golf tournament invites community to chip in to help Kids in Distress
The Kids In Distress (KID) Auxiliary, along with diamond title sponsor Ultimate Software, has announced the return of the KID auxiliary golf tournament, on Oct. 25, at the east course of Jacaranda Golf Club, 9200 W. Broward Blvd., Plantation.
Players of all skill levels are welcome to participate in this 18-hole scramble, featuring an afternoon of golf, contests, auction items and raffle prizes - including a chance to win a trip for two to the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, a signed jersey of LeBron James, Miami Heat club-level tickets and more.
All proceeds go directly to help bridge the gap in supportive services for abused and neglected children in South Florida.
Registration and pre-tournament box lunch will begin at 11:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. After the tournament, a BBQ steak and ribs dinner will be served in the Palm Room.
The individual player fee of $175 includes greens fees, cart, pre-tournament box lunch, dinner and prizes. For $40, non-golfers will be able to purchase tickets in advance for the dinner.
For more than 30 years, Kids In Distress has provided cost-effective, replicable model programs designed to permanently break the destructive cycles of abuse, sickness, neglect and homelessness. Recognized as a premier agency in South Florida, KID provides programs with proven results for the 10,000 children and families it serves annually.
For additional information or to register, contact Lisa Shultz at 954-257-2283 or visit www.kidaux.org.
Donna Goodner, back left, Elaine Boone, Sylvia de la Paz Wright, Colette Jones, Kaye LeGrow, Juanita Burson, Jane Schmidt, Mary Schuver, Linda Patullo, Leonor Hynes, Irene Carraway and Lynn Frank; Sue Ray, front left, Lori Segaul and Cathy Jaffe
Bobby Burg, left, Belinda Burg, Sherry Steffen and Gregg Steffen
Lisa Schultz, left, Mark Dhooge and Linda Petersen
Rita Poh, left, Frances Alu, Jeanne Mitchell and Jan Ludmar
Lisa Schultz, left, and Linda Petersen