The Air Force Enlisted Village’s major local fundraising event, the 12th Annual Bob Hope Memorial Charity Golf Classic, will be held May 15-16, 2015 at the Eglin Golf Course in Niceville. Registration is open online at www.afev.us/GolfClassic or by calling 850-651-3766. Proceeds from this event benefit the Air Force Enlisted Village.
Play begins on Friday, May 15 at noon on The Eagle course. Golfers will play The Eagle again on Saturday, May 16 with an 8:30 a.m. start and a barbeque awards luncheon will immediately follow. There will be prizes for the winning teams in three flights, a Longest Drive contest, a Closest to the Pin contest, and an opportunity for hole-in-one prizes.
The two day tournament is $150 per person and golfers will receive green fees, golf cart, range tokens, commemorative coin, goody bag, on-course refreshments and lunch for both days.
Corporate Sponsorships are available and include golf:
•Gold, $5000, 8 golf registrations, event banner and publicity
•Silver, $2500, 4 golf registrations, event banner and publicity
•Bronze, $1000, 2 golf registrations, event banner and publicity
Secure a Corporate Sponsorship by registering online at www.afev.us/Corporate or call 850-651-3766.
Tee box signs are also available for $100.
Donations of prizes, silent auction items, and goody bag items are appreciated.
Call 850-651-3766 for more info.
About the Air Force Enlisted Village
The Air Force Enlisted Village is a 4-Star Charity Navigator rated 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that provides a home for surviving spouses of retired enlisted military members in Shalimar, FL near Eglin AFB and Hurlburt Field. Since 1975, residents have come from all over the United States to find a safe, secure home at either Bob Hope Village (an independent living community) or at Hawthorn House (an assisted living and memory care residence). In 2000, under the leadership of CMSAF James C. Binnicker (USAF, Ret.) as AFEV’s president and CEO, a philosophy known as The Mom Rule was instituted to ensure all residents are treated with respect and dignity. At Bob Hope Village and Hawthorn House, residents enjoy worry free living and camaraderie while sharing memories of military life. To learn more about the Air Force Enlisted Village, please visit www.afev.us.