Join us as NFL Hall of Famer Dwight Stephenson hosts the 22nd annual RNDC Golf Classic benefiting UCP of South Florida. The event will include a continental breakfast, a day of golf, awards luncheon, silent auction and raffle and goody bag for each participant.
Wednesday June 10, 2015
Parkland Golf & Country Club
10001 Old Club Road, Parkland
7:30 a.m. Registration and breakfast, provided by Howard's Market.
9:00 a.m. Shotgun start will take place with contest holes along the course.
2:00 p.m. Awards luncheon, silent auction and raffles.
All proceeds will directly benefit the children and families served throughout South Florida.
Ticket prices begin at $325.
Golf entry includes: cart & green fees, players gift pack, golf shirt, breakfast, course food and beverages, and awards luncheon.
Sponsorship opportunities available!!
RNDC, Don Q, Pioneer Roofing, Aloha Air Conditioning, GL Homes, Howard's Market, The Eppy Group, Winn Dixie, The New Infiniti of Coconut Creek, Kobrand, Southern Beverage Journal,
UCP of Broward is planning a complete renovation of the Marie Wasie Early Beginnings Preschool. With the help of The Wasie Foundation, the plan is to create a state of the art facility that will provide the most current level of technology relevant to the population served.
The project is currently in the initial phase, research and development, which has consisted of planning meetings, site visits to other facilities and consulting with professionals in the field. In addition, an expert panel is being organized for the project in order to maximize the success of the project. The objective is to learn about state of the art technology and products and how to apply such concepts to accommodate the special needs of the children served.
Once the desired level of technology, project plan and design has been determined, the next phase will be to begin the exterior renovations (which include new roofing, façade, landscaping and playground) and one classroom.
The final phase of the renovation project will be completing the remainder of the classrooms using the first as the model. Current discussion indicates that the cost of this project will be funded by a Wasie-UCP partnered capital campaign with Wasie Foundation providing the startup funds.