The fundraising golf event teed off on July 20 at Forest Ridge Golf and Country Club. It was a sold-out women's retreat, where golfers were treated to a full day of indulgences and great prizes, according to a news release from Easter Seals.
Easter Seals expressed gratitude to the caddies, volunteers, specialty and corporate hole sponsors, silent auction donors and participants for making the tournament such a big success. Without the help of everyone involved, this tournament would not be as popular as it has become, according to the news release.
This year's golf event contributes to a total of $120,000 raised to date when ladies tee off in support children with physical disabilities.
Easter Seals began in 1922 as a vision to create a better life for children and youth with physical disabilities. Today, Easter Seals continues to offer programs and services to help these children achieve a greater level of acceptance and independence, such as financial assistance for mobility and communication devices, fully accessible summer camp and funding for other summer recreational programs.
For more information or to donate visit www.easterseals.org.
Posted by Arron Pickard