Breaking News
Home » Around Town » Project Mend-a-House To Hold 5th Annual Kevin T. English Memorial Golf Tournament, Seeks Golfers and Sponsors

Project Mend-a-House To Hold 5th Annual Kevin T. English Memorial Golf Tournament, Seeks Golfers and Sponsors

Contributed by Project Mend A House

Project Mend a House logoPrince William, VA, Tuesday, March 18, 2014 — Project Mend-A- House (PMAH) is pleased to announce our 5th annual golf tournament fundraising event on Saturday April 26, 2014 at the Bristow Manor Gold Club, located at 11507 Valley View Drive, in Bristow, Virginia. Our tournament has been officially named to honor the memory of our dear friend, Kevin English, who we lost on January 15,2012. Kevin was a PMAH board member and supporter for more than 11 years and was the founder of this fundraising golf tournament.

Registration forms are available on our webpage at www.pmahweb.org. The fee is $100 per player or $400 per team, if you register by April 4th. After April 4th the fee will increase to $125 per player and $450 per team. The fee includes the cost of golf (green fee and a cart), plus driving range use, and the southern barbeque buffet after the tournament.  Golf competition prizes will include first, second and third place teams, longest drive (men and women), and the closest to the pin (men and women). Mulligans will be on sale during the registration and tickets will able be on sale for raffle prizes and a 50-50 drawing. The golf tournament will be a Captain’s Choice/Scramble format, meaning players of ALL skill levels can play, compete and enjoy themselves.  Numerous prizes will be awarded for the golf competition and other events. Please join us at the beautiful and challenging Bristow Manor Golf Club for a fun day of golf, friendship and southern barbeque as we raise funds to support Project Mend a House. Your participation in this event will help PMAH change the lives of our aging and disabled low-income neighbors.

Project Mend-A-House is seeking tournament corporate sponsors, supporters and contributors to raise funds to help defray the expense of running the tournament. We also welcome individual sponsors and donors. PMAH is a 501(c)(3)non profit charitable organization. For more information about the events, please contact Rich Beamer, Golf Tournament Committee Chairman at 703-261-5040 or 540-295-0673. Email at [email protected] or [email protected]. Other contacts are Kelly Morrissey for Marketing or social media, Karen Garvin for Sponsorships and MA Sargo for player packages.

“We are so pleased to hold our 5th annual Memorial Golf Tournament to honor the memory of our friend, Kevin T. English. He was a long-time supporter of Project Mend-A-House’s causes and cared deeply about our vulnerable clients.  Kevin always wanted to make sure that our clients remained safe and independent in their own homes. He wanted the best for the community that he was so committed to.” said Jennifer Schock-Bolles, Executive Director of Project Mend-A-House. “Continuing to hold the golf tournament that Kevin founded and thus raising funds to help support our mission is a small tribute to his service.”

PMAH welcomes tax-deductible donations to help continue to serve low-income, disabled, veterans and senior residents in Prince William County, the City of Manassas, and Manassas Park.  Donations directly benefit those whom Project Mend-A-House serves.  In addition, we are always looking for more volunteers to help us with our mission.  To volunteer, make a donation, sponsor a project or just learn more about PMAH, visit www.pmahweb.org.  You can also call the PMAH office at 703-792-7663, Monday-Friday 9-3pm.

Project Mend-A-House, a local 501(c) 3 non-profit organization, has been serving the residents of Prince William, City of Manassas and the Manassas Park areas for over 30 years by working with the Area Agency on Aging and other organizations to reach out to low income residents, seniors, veterans and disabled in need of a helping hand with the maintenance of their home. We solicit the skills of volunteer carpenters, plumbers, electricians, painters, gardeners and others, matching them with people in need of minor home repairs and safety modifications. The repairs we do lead to significant improvements in the quality of life for area residents. Each year over 100 volunteers give more than 6000 hours of their time on over 400 projects. Projects may include simple home repairs, to safety modifications, to building handicap accessible ramps. For more information, please visit our website at www.pmahweb.org or contact [email protected]

Information contained on this page is provided by an independent third-party content provider. Prince William Living Inc. and it’s staff make no warranties or representations in connection therewith. If you have any questions or comments about this page please contact [email protected]

Check Also

Sentara Logo Larger size

Helping New Mothers

Provided by Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center is partnering with …

Leave a Reply