Fresh Start Caring For Kids Foundation’s 3rd Annual Celebrity Golf Classic
Join us at Fresh Start Caring For Kids Foundation’s 3rd Annual Celebrity Golf Classic!
Hosted by Jermaine Dye (Chicago White Sox, 2005 World Series MVP)
Barry Golden, 2017 Honorary Chairperson
Monday, June 12, 2017: Celebrity Golf Classic, Hosted by Jermaine Dye (Chicago White Sox, 2005 World Series MVP) at The Glen Club, Glenview, Illinois.
- Registration & Hot Breakfast: 8:00am
- Shotgun Start: 9:00am
- Cocktail Reception: 2:00pm-3:00pm
- Luncheon: 3:00pm-5:00pm
The luncheon will include an opportunity to mingle with guests and celebrities, live entertainment, live and silent auctions, and tons of fun.
**Please note: There are a total of 18 holes available for sponsorship. They will be sponsored on a first-come, first-served basis.
About Fresh Start Caring For Kids Foundation
Fresh Start Caring For Kids Foundation transforms the lives of disadvantaged infants, children, and teens suffering from physical deformities caused by birth defects, accidents, abuse, or disease through the gift of reconstructive surgery and related health care services.
About The Plastic Surgery Foundation
The mission of The PSF is to foster innovation and improve the quality of life of plastic surgery patients through research and development, charitable care and enhanced public awareness campaigns.
About the University of Chicago Medicine
The University of Chicago Medicine and its Comer Children’s Hospital rank among the best in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report’s survey of the nation’s hospitals. The University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of Medicine has been named among the top medical schools in the nation, by U.S. News’ “Best Graduate Schools” survey. University of Chicago physician-scientists performed the first organ transplant and the first bone marrow transplant in animal models, the first successful living-donor liver transplant, the first hormone therapy for cancer and the first successful application of cancer chemotherapy. Its researchers discovered REM sleep and were the first to describe several of the sleep stages. Twelve of the Nobel Prize winners have been affiliated with the University of Chicago Medicine.