It’s Time for 14th Annual ACHE Golf Tournament – October 3rd

The Education Foundation of the SouthEastTexasChapter and ACHE-SETC are proud to host the 14th Annual Golf Tournament on Thursday, October 3rd at Wildcat Golf Club, 12000 Almeda Rd., Houston, TX 77045.  Wildcat Golf Club is only 15 minutes from the Texas Medical Center.  Proceeds from the tournament benefit the Down Syndrome Association of Houston and ACHE-SETC’s academic scholarship programs for healthcare administration graduate students.

Your day of golf includes a round of golf, breakfast, lunch and a wonderful goodie bag/gift. You will be able to purchase rally tickets for the large array of prizes (valued over $8,000).  Back by popular demand is the Helicopter Ball Drop event.   You can purchase your winning ball(s) at the day of the tournament Registration table.  This year, the winning ball will earn you a prize valued at $4,000 from Deer Lake Lodge Resort & Spa.  So you don’t play golf in public, but you want to attend the luncheon with all the players, we have Luncheon only tickets for non-golfers for $25. Lunch will start at 12:30 pm.

We are accepting Door Prize donations for the raffle, contact Rosa Clay, rosa.clay@prudential.com, 713-826-8902 or Suzy Munday, suzym01@peoplepc.com by September 20th.  We are looking for a few more Sponsors for the tournament. If you know of an organization or group that might be interested, they can contact our committee co-chairs:  Rosa Clay, rosa.clay@prudential.com, 713-826-8902 or Terry Cooper, tjcooper321@gmail.com, 713-562-4383.

For a great day of fun and service, you can be a Volunteer for the day of the tournament.  We have a variety of opportunities to help out and different shifts to meet your busy schedules. This is an enjoyable way to get your community service hours.  You can contact our tournament volunteer coordinator, Doug Blackard, DBlackard@mcenta.com, 713-208-0990 by September 23rd.

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