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Date: Fri, May 17, 2013
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Please join us in giving back to the community at the ClubCorp Charity Classic Tournament on Friday, May 17.
The three charities benefiting from your generosity this year are:
MDA/Augies Quest - Researching a cure for ALS
Employees Care Fund - Helping Employees in time of crisis
and our local charity of choice: Acres of Hope, helping at risk and/or homeless women with children.
Tournament Package - $150.00 per player
lunch, golf, cart, on-course beverages, wine expo, awards, dinner, dance, silent auction

Dinner Package $45 per person
WIne Expo, Dinner, Dancing, Silent Auction

About our charities:
Our Charities for the 2013 Charity Classic
Acres of Hope 
Our local charity that will benefit from your generosity is Acres of Hope, Acres of Hope is a spiritually based renewal center serves homeless women with children by providing them with a home and an environment of structured programming. Located in the beautiful Sierra Foothills, Acres of Hope’s unique approach allows residents to live onsite for up to two years while staff and volunteers invest heavily in their lives by providing encouragement, practical life-skills training, job skills, mentoring and spiritual direction.

ClubCorp Employee Partner Care Foundation 
The Foundation is an independent 501(c)3 fund established to help the Employee Partners of ClubCorp in times of need. The type of financial assistance available includes temporary assistance, long-term assistance, death, and fire. The Foundation has helped many Employee Partners and appreciates being selected as one of the beneficiaries of the Charity Classic. At GBGC, the fund has assisted employees with funeral expenses plus funds for everyday expenses while dealing with their loss.

 MDA/Augie’s Quest
Augustine (Augie) Nieto, a prominent leader in the nation’s fitness industry for nearly three decades, received a diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease in March of 2005. ALS destroys the nerve cells controlling muscles, ultimately causing complete paralysis while leaving mental function intact. Survival is typically three to five years after diagnosis, and no cure exists. MDA is the world leader among voluntary agencies in fighting ALS, offering the most comprehensive range of services. In his campaign called Augie’s Quest, Nieto has raised millions for MDA’s ALS Division.