1st Annual Golf
Tournament Charity Fundraiser
in support of
National Domestic Violence Prevention Month
The Congress hosted a Golf Tournament Fundraiser to benefit* PEACE
For Families (formerly Placer Women's Center) on Tuesday, October
9, 2001 at Twelve Bridges Golf Club in Lincoln. The event called
attention to October 2001 as National Domestic Violence Prevention Month.
A four person scramble format, the tournament was designed to
challenge both novice and expert golfers alike. Choose your own foursome
when you sign up or be matched with other golfers and make new friends.
The host golf course for this event
was the prestigious Twelve
Bridges Golf Club in Lincoln. Home to LPGA Tournaments, it is
one of the best and most exciting golf courses and teaching facilities
in Northern California.
The date and schedule for our 2nd Annual Tournament has yet to be
announced. Please join our e-mail list
for notification of future events.
Williams, host of "Night Talk Live" on KFBK 1530 Radio,
was the MC for the evening program. Mark is a humorous, witty and straight
talking current affairs commentator with the top rated radio program in
the 7-10PM time slot in the Sacramento market.
Celebrity Athletes, Dignitaries To Attend
In addition to Mark, several other celebrities and distinguished
public officials were invited to play golf and dine with Tournament
guests. See press
release for further details.
Registration For 2002 Tournament!
Please let us know if you are interested in
participating in the 2002 Tournament. Contact Paul Hrabal at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 916-660-1919.
Thank You Sponsors!
Thank you to our sponsors of this event:
The Auburn Sentinel
Howard Construction, Fencing & Fabrication
Richland Communities, Inc.
Home on the Range
Bruce A. Lyon, Attorney at Law
Jones & Associates
Tim Leslie, State Assemblyman
Bob Myer - Realty World South Placer
Hole In One Prize
Gold Rush Chevrolet/Subaru
* Part of the proceeds from this event were donated to PEACE For
Families, formerly Placer County Women's Center, a non-profit
organization funded by public and private sources to provide counseling
and shelter to women and children who have been subjected to domestic