It's time to tee up for CASA!
It's so much more than a round of golf. Participants and sponsors play an instrumental role in providing trained Court Appointed Special Advocate volunteers for children and youth who have been victims of abuse, neglect, and abandonment. We look forward to a very successful golf tournament as we continue the challenge of meeting the needs of children in our welfare system in Orange, Hardin, Jasper, Newton, Tyler and Sabine Counties.
"Wildwood Golf Course, just 30 miles north of Beaumont, is an amazing 18-hole golf course with a rating of 71.9/121 (Blue Tees) & 69.9/116 (White Tees) for men and 69.7/115 for women.
This beautiful golf course is in the heart of the Big Thicket National Forest and contains a variety of unique plants, tall trees, and abundant wildlife. Amidst this beautifully scenery are ten converging ecosystems, an abundance of natural wildlife and some very friendly people. You may even have a deer or two as spectators! "
Entry fee per four-person team is $300 or $100 per individual entry.
Check-In begins at 7am with breakfast, followed by a 4-person scramble beginning at 8am.
After the tournament, join us for drawings, prizes, lunch and other surprises at the pavilion.
Why CASA of the Sabine Neches Region?
Last year, in our six counties, more than 700 children lived in protective state care because they could not live safely at home. CASA of the Sabine Neches Region is a non-profit organization that trains and supervises community volunteers to gather information and make recommendations to help judges decide the best outcome for each child. Sadly, less than 60% of abused children have CASA voices to speak for them. Our goal is for every abused and neglected child to have a CASA volunteer to advocate for his or her best interests and help each child grow up in a safe and loving home. To learn more about CASA of the Sabine Neches Region, visit www.casasnr.org.
For more information on the tournament, please call us at 409-886-2272 or email email@example.com