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2014 Kennedy Center Golf Classic
Join Us to Celebrate 29 Years of The Kennedy Center Charity Golf Classic on Monday, June 29th at Shorehaven Golf Club in Norwalk. The Golf Classic was the first tournament in Connecticut to include junior golfers in each foursome and remains today as the only tournament of its kind. It is a great day of golf  with  foursomes having the choice of playing Best Ball or Scramble, a gourmet lunch buffet, 18 holes of spectacular golf , cocktail hour, Awards ceremony, and buffet dinner.  Add to that an incredible raffle and silent auction with prizes you won't want to miss.
All proceeds from the Classic benefit persons with disabilities and special needs by empowering and enhancing their lives through employment, art, socialization, volunteerism, and advocacy.
Register by May 1st to receive the EARLY BIRD FEE of $325
                DATE: Monday, June 29, 2020
                TIME: 10:30 am Registration opens
                            11:00am Lunch
                            12:30 pm Tee-off
                           5:00 pm Cocktail Hour
                          7:00 pm Buffet & Awards
                 LOCATION: Shorehaven Golf Club, Norwalk, CT
APPLY for a Junior Golfer Scholarship!
For more information please contact our Development Specialist at 203-365-8522, ext. 2039 or email.

EVENT HISTORY: Since its inception in 1991, this unique tournament has not only provided much needed funds for The Kennedy Center, but has also supported a junior golfer scholarship program for young golfers across the state. Each junior golfer is paired with an adult foursome. These female and male junior golfers are selected not only for their golfing abilities, but also for their leadership and academic achievements. Fred and Fran Ahlbin first introduced this concept of partnering junior golfers with adult golfers and their legacy continues today through the help of their nieces, Julie Conley and Diane Thompson. The Ahlbin Junior Golfer Scholarship Awards program has helped over 400 young men and women obtain their college education. The tournament itself has raised over $500,000 since it began and has enabled The Kennedy Center to continue to provide quality and innovative program services to the individuals in our community with disabilities and special needs.