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Golf Scramble July 26 To Benefit New Beginnings
Issue Date: July 3, 2019
Stay at HomeCare, LLC announces the 16th Annual 4-Person Golf Scramble to benefit New Beginnings Employment and Training Center and New View Industries on Friday, July 26 at The Patriot Golf Club, 2954 Sandalwood Rd, Abrams.
Entry fee is $60 per person, which includes 18 holes of golf, cart, hole events, games, lunch and dinner. Entry deadline is July 12. The first 36 paid teams will be accepted. Registration is at 8 am and shot gun start is at 10 am, rain or shine. Prizes for 1st and 2nd place, for men and women/mixed teams; two hole-in-one opportunities to win $10,000; raffle prizes and putting contest.
New Beginnings Employment and Training Center, "The Little Store that does BIG Things" provides work and training skills to individuals with a disability, who are unemployed, at-risk youth and families with low income who live in Oconto County. Through the training center, the programs offer hope and encouragement to follow dreams; whether that be going to a four-year college, a technical school or entering the workforce fully prepared; maybe owning a home, having a steady job, etc. They are supportive and help all. The At-Risk Youth Employment Program focuses on working with referrals from Oconto County foster care, juvenile justice and special education youth (age 14-21 years old). The Community Resource Empowerment Program was piloted in 2016 and strives to help adults in at-risk situations such as: offenders in/out of prison, veterans, mental health, AODA, victims of domestic abuse, unemployed, non-custodial/non-working parents, and more. They work with clients and their unique needs and create a plan of action to help keep them on their feet and moving forward in a positive way.
New View Industries provides quality vocational services to the disabled of Oconto County. The goal of New View Industries is to enable these individuals to become productive members of society. They are able to do this through a variety of social and vocational services. Some participants can learn skills that will allow them to enter the mainstream workforce, and also teach them daily living skills. By working at New View, participants get a sense of belonging and being productive.
For more information, contact Lisa Deviley at firstname.lastname@example.org.