The 17th annual Escondido Chamber Challenge Golf Tournament will happen Friday, September 18, beginning at 11 a.m. at the Vineyard at Escondido Golf Course.
Part of this year’s proceeds will go to benefit PAL, Police Athletic League. According to Rorie Johnston, CEO of the Chamber, “We are looking forward to volunteers and participants from the Escondido Police Department as well as our community partners.”
At this time they have four major sponsors, but others are welcome. Sculpt Nouveau is the title sponsor, EDI is the awards reception sponsor, Skaja, Daniels, Lister & Permito is the lunch sponsor and Newland Real Estate Group is the photo sponsor.
The format is a Four Player Scramble and the location is the Vineyard Country Club, 925 San Pasqual Rd., Escondido CA 92025
The day begins with an 11:30 a.m. Registration Check-In and Lunch 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Putting for Prizes at 1 p.m. Tee-Off Shotgun Start. The evening part of the event begins at 5 p.m. with No Host Bar, 5:30 p.m. Awards dinner, Raffle, Auction (Dinner time subject to change pending the speed of play on the golf course).
Cost is $125.00 $150 after Sept. 4. Mulligan Package includes: $20 two Mulligans Raffle ticket Title Sponsor $3,000 (1 available) Large signage displayed the day of event 2 – Foursomes 4 Additional awards reception tickets Logo on Goodie Bags (deadline July 31, 2015).
Special acknowledgment will be made during the awards ceremony of the Championship Sponsor of $2,500 (one is available). Large signage of sponsors will be displayed the day of event.
Sponsors receive acknowledgment in the weekly e-newsletter and onthe Chamber Website, and the opportunity to include product and literature in golfer goodie bag and able to donate raffle items. Questions? Call the Chamber office at 760-745-2125.
With a rich history spanning more than 100 years, the Escondido Chamber of Commerce has been a driving force among the key players in developing and implementing positive actions, which lead to prosperity for the community, its businesses and its citizens.
The Escondido Police Athletic League (PAL) is a non-profit organization operating under the Escondido Police Foundation.
PAL’s main goals are to improve the confidence of children in low-income areas and provide children a positive relationship with the Police Officers and the community. PAL relies on educational and athletic activities to cement a bond between police officers and the youth in our community.
These goals are based on the conviction that young people – if they are reached early enough – can develop strong, positive attitudes toward themselves, their family, police officers and the community.
PAL emphasizes drug awareness and prevention, gang avoidance, safety awareness, anti-bullying, and the life skills needed for a successful future.
PAL operates on donated funds and is not part of the City budget. Through private donations, PAL is able to charge very low, and in some cases, no fees for the children to participate in this program.
No administrative fees are paid and no coaches or volunteers receive a salary from donated funds. All donated funds directly benefit the children. PAL consistently receives requests to add at risk children to the programs. The PAL program never wants to turn a child in need away.