Day on the greens support Levis JCC
Drive, chip and putt for a great cause. The Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center is hosting its annual “Golf Classic” Oct. 21 at the Addison Reserve Country Club in Delray Beach. The 10th annual event is presented by Phyllis and Harvey Sandler.
The day kicks off at 10:30 a.m. with registration, a light lunch, warm-up and a putting contest before the shotgun start at noon. The day on the greens will feature 18 holes of championship-like golf. The day will conclude with cocktails and dinner, an award ceremony and the presentation of the Mel Guttman Award.
Boca Raton Regional Hospital will be honored for its continued support of the Levis JCC. The tournament, co-chaired byAmy Ross, Stuart Ganslaw, Thomas R. Kaplan and Gary Rubin, continues a tradition of honoring longtime Levis JCC supporter and board member Mel Gutmann’s memory and his legacy of service to the Jewish community. Eric Gutmann, Mel’s son, will serve as honorary chair.
Players, participants and the community at large are also invited to enter a raffle drawing for prizes including: $1,000 toward a Royal Caribbean cruise, courtesy of AirCruiseSavings.com; 18-karat white gold chandelier-style earrings from Gregory’s Fine Jewelry; a 24-inch AndroidHDSmart Display with webcam from ViewSonic; and $1,000 toward the Levis JCC program/service of your choice or $1,000 cash. The suggested minimum donation is $75 per raffle ticket.
Tickets to play in the “Golf Classic” are $325 for individual golfers and $1,500 for elite foursomes, which includes a tee sponsorship.
Proceeds from the tournament will benefit programs of the Levis JCC.
For more information on the “Golf Classic,” call Lauren Friedman at 561-852-3257 or visit www.levisjcc.org/golf.