St. David’s Center for Child & Family Development, together with John Randle and the Vikings, are hosting the Inaugural Tee Up for Tomorrow Golf Tournament on Monday at Hazeltine National Golf Club. The fundraising event includes lunch, a day of golf, a raffle and an evening cocktail reception with an awards ceremony. The Walser Foundation has donated a 2013 Buick Verano (valued at $23,975) for the lucky winner of the hole-in-one contest.
Randle and fellow Pro Football Hall of Famer Paul Krause will anchor two foursomes. Greg Coleman, Vikings all-time leader in punts, will represent the Vikings on the course as well and will lead a foursome that includes former Vikings running back Rickey Young. Current Vikings linebacker
The Tee Up for Tomorrow Golf Tournament benefits the St. David’s Center Building Our Children’s Future Capital Campaign, a $12.25 million initiative enabling the organization to increase its capacity to meet community needs for early education and intervention services, investing where the need is greatest and the return is highest: the early years. Funds raised will support St. David’s Center’s facility improvements, creating a state-of-the-art early education, early intervention and treatment, and training center for children.
About St. David’s Center
St. David’s Center for Child & Family Development provides early childhood education, early intervention & treatment for children with developmental needs, and life-phase services for clients with enduring special needs to more than 2,000 individuals annually. Its mission is to build relationships that nurture the development of every child and family. For more information, go to www.stdavidscenter.org.