Friday, April 10, 2009

Kiwanis Golf Event

Arcadia Kiwanis Club Invitational
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It's FAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANTASTIC!!!!

I have many happy memories with my friends playing golf. This is your chance to make new friends and create more happy memories on the golf course. I look forward to seeing you there!

Event Info

Arcadia Golf Course
Saturday: April 25, 2009
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
620 E Live Oak, Arcadia, CA 91006

$40 per person, which includes one child admission (7-17 years old) and a box lunch for each participant

Ladies and Gentlemen,

On behalf of the Arcadia Kiwanis Club, I would like to invite you to our first annual golf fundraiser. The Arcadia Kiwanis Club Invitational will be hosted at the Arcadia Golf Course on Saturday April 25, 2009 from 12:00 - 6:00 pm. Its a par 3 golf course, so we should be able to finish easily within 4 hours.

This is a great chance to mingle, make new friends and establish new business contacts. Please RSVP with me at the number below, so I can reserve you a spot.

If you would like to volunteer for the event or future Kiwanis Events, feel free to contact me at the number below for more information.

Sincerely,

Douglas Lee
Arcadia Kiwanis Club Vice President
AmerEstate Realty, Inc.
25 E Foothill Blvd, 3rd Floor
Arcadia, CA 91006
650-279-1212
DouglasL9@yahoo.com

Event Info

Arcadia Golf Course
Saturday: April 25, 2009
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
620 E Live Oak, Arcadia, CA 91006
$40 per person, which includes one child admission (7-17 years old) and a box lunch for each participant

Please RSVP through email or by calling Douglas Lee at 650-279-1212

Arcadia Kiwanis Club
The Arcadia Kiwanis Club is a community service organization dedicated to making a difference by changing the world one child and one community at a time.

The Kiwanis Club focuses on the needs of ordinary people and children to create extraordinary life-changing moments. Since its inception in Detroit, Michigan in 1915, Kiwanis members, Kiwanians, have volunteered to help shelter the homeless, feed the hungry, mentor the disadvantaged, and care for the sick, and much more. Kiwanis and its Service Leadership Programs boast a membership of more than 600,000 men, women, and youth in nearly 16,000 clubs in more than 70 countries and geographic areas.


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