Help Local Disaster Victims by Playing in the Red Cross Annual Golf Tournament

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golf-walkers Rede Cross Golf Tournament “Playing in the Greater Long Beach Chapter’s annual Golf Tournament helps us help others,” said Paul Conrad, Chairperson of this year’s golf tournament, set for October 11, 2010 at SeaCliff Country Club in Huntington Beach.

“The Greater Long Beach Chapter’s golf tournament is our chapter’s largest annual fundraiser,” he said. “Proceeds from it benefit our local Disaster Relief Fund, which provides victims with meals and shelter.”

Locally the Greater Long Beach Chapter has assisted 14 adults and 7 children get back on their feet since July 1, by providing them with lodging, and a client assistance card (CAC) to purchase clothing, food, toiletries, and bedding lost in the fire. The biggest response to date occurred on July 31, when an apartment building caught on fire destroying one and damaging three other apartments. The residents were provided with lodging and food to help them get back on there feet. All Red Cross disaster assistance is free thanks to generous donations from the American people.

Registration fees are $225 per player and $800 per foursome and include: greens fee, electric cart, goodie bag, continental breakfast, lunch, refreshments on the course, and awards banquet. Sponsorship and advertising opportunities are also available. If you’re not a golfer you can still support the Greater Long Beach Chapter by purchasing a raffle ticket for a 32 GB WiFi Apple iPad sponsored by Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Rudd, and Romo Professional Law Corporation . Three iPads will be raffled off. Raffle tickets are $25 or 5 for $100.

For more information on the Golf Tournament, including registration and sponsorship information please call Margaret Arbini Madonna at (562) 490-4002 or visit the American Red Cross website.

About The Greater Long Beach Chapter
The Greater Long Beach Chapter of the American Red Cross serves the communities of Artesia, Bellflower, Catalina Island, Cerritos, Hawaiian Gardens, Lakewood, Long Beach, Paramount and Signal Hill and is ready to respond at a moment’s notice when help is needed. Red Cross volunteers make it possible to provide disaster relief, serve the military and their families, enable youth to learn leadership skills, train others in Red Cross fundamentals, and teach life saving CPR and First Aid. The Greater Long Beach Chapter is a United Way Partner in Bridging the Gap in the communities it serves.

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