One of this year’s beneficiaries of Tower Club Tysons Corner’s Charity Classic event is an organization close to the Club’s heart.
On August 15th 2013, the Club’s Private Events Director Lindsay Rhoades' 2-year-old daughter, Kate, was diagnosed with Leukemia. Stillbrave, a local charity that provides non-medical, supportive care to children with cancer and their families, was the first charity to reach out to Lindsay's family when their world turned upside down.
Tower Club is proud to support not only Stillbrave and its work supporting those affected by cancer, but Augie’s Quest and ClubCorp’s Employee Partners Care Foundation.
The Tower Club Unmasked Charity Classic event takes place next week, on October 30, and features an art promenade and a silent auction. Guests can also enjoy decadent cuisine and dazzling drinks, all benefiting these worthy causes.
Can't make it to the Club's Charity Classic event? Support these great causes from afar by bidding on silent auction items online or on your mobile device.
You can register for the event online at the Club’s website.
Tower Club Tysons Corner in Tysons, Virginia, recently celebrated the day the doors of the club opened 25 years ago. More than 100 attendees of the event were treated to pass hors d'oeuvres, wine, Champagne, and – most importantly – a sneak peek at the club's reinvention plans for later this summer.
Pat Maccini, the Board of Governors chair, welcomed the Members and Guests and introduced founding Member, and current Board member, Earle Williams. Williams spoke about the beginning of the club, the changes he's seen over the years, and shared some funny stories about his time at the club before toasting to the last 25 years.
Maccini then introduced the club's new General Manager, Kara Carmichael. Kara talked about the reinvention plans and unveiled the club's new logo, finishing boards, floor plans, a few renderings, and the reinvention tagline – Prestige. Tradition. Style. – before toasting to the next 25 years.