Sign up for Today’s Harbor for Children golf invitational
Mar 21, 2018
The 2018 Golf Invitational – Power Driven by Shell Deer Park, hosted by Today’s Harbor for Children, formerly Boys and Girls Harbor, will take place on Monday, April 30, 2018
It’s time to get up for Today’s Harbor for Children’s Golf Invitational and raise funds to help children experiencing family hardship, neglect, abandonment or abuse.
“Shell Deer Park and Today’s Harbor for Children have a long history of working together with many Shell employees supporting the Harbor’s efforts over the years,” said Anna Pertl-Regan, invitational volunteer and Shell employee. “The golf invitational is a time for Team Deer Park to pull together, have some fun, and raise money for an organization that has touched thousands of children’s lives, in and around our community, over the last 70 years. The event has grown over the last 26 years and funds raised continue to help give children the tools to move forward to tomorrow’s dreams.”
This year’s invitational will take place at Kingwood Country Club on Monday, April 30, 2018. Shot gun starts at 9 a.m. and the day includes lunch and an award ceremony.
Interested in signing up for the golf tournament? Check out Today’s Harbor for Children’s website for more information or to register.
Today’s Harbor for Children provides comprehensive residential care for children who are victims of abuse, neglect, abandonment, or family hardship. Its program provides a family environment in a home setting where children learn to overcome self-destructive patterns, develop social skills, learn responsibility, and work towards becoming productive members of society.
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