Take a swing at finding a cure for Crohn’s and Colitis
Friends and supporters of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America’s (CCFA) Florida Chapter are excited for the annual “Golf Classic.”
The event, set for Oct. 11, will honor Joan Geduld, a longtime supporter of CCFA and the golf tournament, who died last year.
The17th annual tournament, chaired by Ira Berke and Michael Feinberg, will be held on the 27-hole Joe Lee designed championship course at Delaire Country Club in Delray Beach. With skillfully manicured greens and rolling fairways, players of all levels will enjoy playing through stands of majestic oaks, sweeping water features and palms along the course.
Registration will begin at 11 a.m., and participants can enjoy a gourmet lunch and refreshments prior to the 12:30 p.m. shotgun start. Afterward, there will be a post-tournament cocktail reception with a full dinner, awards ceremony, hand-rolled cigars and a silent auction.
“The ‘CCFA Golf Classic’ is truly a day of fun,” said Paula Prendergast, executive director of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America’s Florida Chapter. “This event raises funds for the vital programs and services that CCFA provides to the more than 1.4 million Americans living with these debilitating diseases. In Florida alone there are more than 94,000 individuals affected by the diseases and the number of children diagnosed is one the rise.”
The “Golf Classic” is presented by Exclusive Wealth Planning LLC. Sponsors include: BBEX Marketing; Michael Aaron Staffing; UBS Gold Baum Wealth Management Group; Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen& Levine P.L.; HM Compounding; BloomWealth Management; Gerstle, Rosen& Goldenberg P.A.; Florida Power & Light Co.; Spanish River High School DECA Club; andUnum.
Tickets are $250 for individual golfers and $900 per foursome. Dinner-only tickets are available for $100 per guest. Formore information, to register or for sponsorship opportunities, email email@example.com, call 561-218-2929 or visit http://online.ccfa.org/ golfclassic.