Community Living Burlington's 12th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

par COMMUNITY LIVING BURLINGTON

  • jeudi, 09 juin 2016 de 10:00 Matin à 8:30 Après-midi (HAE)
  • Crosswinds Golf & Country Club 6621 Guelph Line, Burlington, ON L7P 0A6

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Aperçu

Begin your Crosswinds experience with a classic grill lunch on the patio. Spend an unforgettable afternoon golfing in the magnificent Niagara Escarpment. Relax and enjoy a delicious three course gourmet dinner in the clubhouse while we raise funds and awareness of people who have a developmental disability supported by Community Living Burlington. 

We hope you will be able to join us for a wonderful day at Crosswinds Golf & Country Club.

For sponsorship inquiries, please contact:

Emily Huang - 905-336-2225 ext. 320

fundraising@clburlington.ca

Détails

Golf Registrations:$200 per person; $800 per foursome

Package includes: 

  • 18 holes of golf
  • Power golf cart with GPS
  • Golfers’ Gift
  • Patio grill lunch
  • Three course dinner
  • Access to our Silent Auction
  • A fun-filled day with Community Living Burlington

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Crosswinds Golf & Country Club
6621 Guelph Line, Burlington, ON L7P 0A6

9 juin 2016
jeudi, 9 juin 2016 10:00 Matin (HAE)

Bénévole

Join us as a volunteer for a fun day on the course! Some responsibilities could include:

  • Set up and take down
  • Registration
  • Putting hole contest
  • Greeting golfers
  • Handing out water

Organisateur

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3057 Mainway
Burlington , ON
L7M1A1

À propos de cet organisme

The mission of Community Living Burlington is to enrich the quality of life and to promote full and meaningful inclusion in our community of individuals who have a developmental disability. Community Living Burlington is Burlington's oldest and largest non-profit charitable organization. As we celebrate 60 years of service we reflect on our humble beginnings. In October 1955, a group of community-minded parents met to discuss educational opportunities for their children. The parents developed the first class for children who have a development disability at the old Legion Hall. Today, Community Living Burlington provides multiple services to more than 400 people who have a developmental disability in the city of Burlington. With a staff team of 300 employees Community Living Burlington strives to be a leader in the community by providing exceptional support to children and adults who have a developmental disability.