A+10 April 21 - May 4, 2007
Let pro swing for you at charity event Golf for Chandler Youth Football & Cheer
In addition to a variety of fun contests, the 3rd Annual Solera Chandler Golf
Golf, prizes and fun for a good cause are in store at Chandler Youth Football and
Tournament, held Fri., April 27 at Lone Tree Golf Club, features teaching pro
Cheer’s 3rd Annual Charity Golf Tournament, taking place May 5 at Lone Tree Golf
Kristin Bothum, who will be stationed at the third hole. For $5, she will hit your
Club in Chandler.
drive for you.
Check-in begins at 6:30 a.m. with an 18-hole modified shotgun scramble at
All proceeds from the tournament go to the Solera Men’s Club charity fund.
7:25 a.m. A complimentary lunch for all golfers is provided by Coach and Willy’s
Hole sponsorships are still available at $100 per hole.
restaurant following the tournament.
Tournament signup begins at 6:30 a.m. with a shotgun scramble at 8 a.m. The
Tournament prizes are awarded to first-, second- and third-place finishers.
Attendees can also participate in a silent auction and a raffle for a new Lexus ES330
entry fee is $40 per person, which includes the awards luncheon, plus an additional
from Superstition Springs Lexus. Silent auction items include several Valley resort
$40 greens fee.
packages, event tickets and autographed memorabilia.
Lone Tree Golf Club is at 6262 S. Mountain Blvd. in Chandler. For more details,
“We anticipate every participant going home with something from this event,”
contact Ken Stephen, tournament chairman, at 480-275-2051.
says Lisa Beemiller, 2007 tournament director.
Registration costs $150; however, nongolfers may attend the lunch for $20.
Tourney benefits brain cancer research
Raffle tickets can also be purchased separately.
Lone Tree Golf Club is at 6262 S. Mountain Blvd. in Chandler. Contact Lisa
This year’s 4th Annual Fore-A-Friend Golf Tournament, a benefit for Barrow
Beemiller at 480-734-3561 or email LBeemiller@cox.net
for more info. Registration
Neurological Institute, begins with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Sun., April 29 at Lone
forms can also be downloaded at www.chandleryouthfootball.com
Tree Golf Club in Chandler. Cost per player is a tax deductible $100 for golf and
dinner; a silent auction and raffle follow. Last year’s tournament resulted in a
Jaycees host leadership conference
$10,000 donation to the Institute.
The tournament is organized by Jim Stringham of Gilbert and Kevin Sheehan
Chandler Junior Chamber/Jaycees invites the public to their May Leadership/
of Queen Creek, who hold the golf tournament every year to honor the memory
Development Business Conference taking place May 4 through 6 at the Radisson
of their lifelong friend, Doug Griffin, a Gilbert resident who passed away at age 30
Hotel in Chandler. Cost is $25 at the door.
Featured guests and speakers include local businessmen Rick Griffin, CEO and
from inoperable brain cancer.
founder of Griffin Consultants, who discuses leadership training, and Matt Booth
Lone Tree Golf Club is located at 6262 S. Mountain Blvd. in Chandler. For more
of MattAttude, who speaks on personal development.
info call 480-632-0152 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Jaycees is an all-volunteer leadership training organization for young adults
that focuses on business development, networking, management skills, individual
Tee off for Breast Cancer Awareness
training, community service and international connections.
The Radisson Hotel is located at 7475 W. Chandler Blvd. in Chandler. For more
The fifth CHW Foundation-East Valley and Chandler Regional Hospital Golf
information, call Kris Preston at 602-617-6449 or visit www.chandlerjaycees.org
Classic Tournament begins with a 7:30 a.m. “Think Pink and Teal” Ladies
Tournament, followed by a Classic Shotgun at noon on May 4 at Ocotillo Golf
Neighborhoods can win ice cream
Resort, 3751 S. Clubhouse Dr., Chandler.
Proceeds from the event benefit and support Breast Cancer Awareness at
Southern Chandler neighborhoods have a chance to win a Dreyer’s Slow
Chandler Regional Hospital (CRH) and within the community.
Churned prize package in Dreyer’s Slow Churned Neighborhood Salute Contest.
CRH is a 210-bed, acute-care, nonprofit provider of emergency care, maternal
Submit a paragraph of no more than 350 words explaining why your neighborhood
child services, wound healing, cancer treatment, diabetes treatment and diagnostic
deserves a “Dreyer’s Slow Churned Neighborhood Salute.” Contestants must
be U.S. residents and at least 13 years old. All entries must be received by May
services at 475 S. Dobson Rd. in Chandler.
25. Winners are notified in June and 1,500 neighborhoods are rewarded with a
To register or get more details on the golf tournament, call Kelly Ostertag at 480-
Dreyer’s Slow Churned prize package in July and August.
For more details visit www.IceCream.com
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