14th Annual “Swinging Fore the ARC” Golf Tournament
ARC of the Treasure Coast is holding the 14th Annual “Swinging Fore the ARC” Golf Tournament at Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club on Saturday, September 24th. Proceeds from this year’s golf tournament will be used by the ARC to provide support and funds for the organization to fulfill its mission, assisting children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities achieve their fullest potential.
This year’s Golf Tournament will feature the 2004 Senior British Open Championship winner, Pete Oakley. Join us Friday, September 23rd at 6pm for a Cocktail Par-tee at the Harbour Ridge Clubhouse. The Par-tee will feature hors d’oeuvres, entertainment, a cash bar, silent auction, raffles, complimentary wine & beer, and a great time. Bring your non-golfer friends who aren’t in the tournament for a $75 fee. Then grab your clubs and meet us on the course, Saturday, September 24th. Registration begins at 7:30am and includes a breakfast! The event gets kicked off with a 9am Shotgun Start. Immediately following the tournament there will be a gourmet BBQ, luncheon, and awards!
Foursomes and sponsorships are still available. For more information, please call 772-283-2525
All events will be held at Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club Clubhouse: 12600 Harbour Ridge Blvd, Palm City, FL 34990
About ARC of the Treasure Coast
ARC of Martin County and Arc of St. Lucie are in the process of merging and will be known as ARC of the Treasure Coast. A primary initiative is expanding programs to unserved/underserved areas in Port St. Lucie where families cannot access vital day programs and afterschool programs. Initial outreach efforts will include opening a new educational program for youth and young adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) known as the Therapeutic Intervention Program (TIP). These services will be provided in partnership between The Agency for Persons with Disabilities, ARC of Martin and St. Lucie Counties. Indian River State College, and Keiser University.
The ARC (“Advocates for the Rights of the Challenged”) is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to assisting and supporting children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities achieve their fullest potential through residential, vocational, behavioral, and other related healthcare services.
T. Charles Shafer is a board member of the ARC of the Treasure Coast.