FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 18, 2010
Contact: Andrew Aldrich
410-654-0000, ext. 7
Children’s Guild Holds Annual Golf Classic Benefitting Prince George’s County Campus
UPPER MARLBORO, Md.—The Children’s Guild, which provides academic and therapeutic services for children and adolescents who are traumatized, autistic and with multiple disabilities, will hold the third annual CECA Golf Classic June 4 benefitting The Children’s Guild’s Prince George’s County campus.
WHEN: Friday, June 4
7 a.m. Registration and continental breakfast
8:30 a.m. Shotgun start
2 p.m. Lunch and awards
WHERE: Lake Presidential Golf Course
3151 Presidential Golf Drive
Upper Marlboro, Md.
COST: $250 per golfer/$800 per foursome; sponsorships also available
Registration includes an 18-hole round in modified Florida scramble format, and golf cart and driving range access, in addition to breakfast, lunch and beverages; a golfer gift, sponsor gift bag and the chance to win prizes; and a team photo.
Inexperienced golfers may attend a golf clinic from 10 a.m. to noon, when the club pro will teach proper form and techniques. In addition, participants may use the practice green, driving range and unlimited balls. The clinic costs $100, including lunch and a gift.
L. Terry Carnes, CECA president and Children’s Guild board member, is the committee chair of the Golf Classic. For sponsorship information or to register, visit www.childrensguild.org or contact Berit Killingstad at 410-522-2585 or email@example.com.
The Children’s Guild (www.childrensguild.org) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1953 and dedicated to serving children who are difficult to educate and care for due to autism, multiple disabilities, and/or who have been traumatized by their life experience or family situation. The Children’s Guild operates three day school campuses for children located in Baltimore City, Anne Arundel and Prince George’s counties, group homes, a foster treatment care program, and provides mental health support services to children in local school systems. The Children’s Guild programs are based on an organizational philosophy called Transformation Education which creates a culture that radiates the message that life is a journey of personal growth and enlightenment that comes from the continuous struggle and search for meaningful responses to life’s challenges.