The Village Learning & Achievement Center will mark its tenth anniversary serving people with disabilities in a big way. The non-profit organization based in Kingwood will drop hundreds of golf balls from the air onto a hole at Tour 18 golf course during the its 10th Annual Golf Tournament on May 10.
The center was created in 2000 to support the inclusion of children and adults with disabilities in the community. The Village Learning & Achievement Center’s mission is to create environments that help individuals with disabilities reach their maximum potential for independent living. They operate the Day Habilitation Center and the Village at Stoney Glen residential facility. Both are in Kingwood.
While the golf tournament is a sell-out, it is not too late to participate in the Golf Ball Drop fund raiser. Anyone 18 years of age or older may participate by purchasing a numbered golf ball. The person whose ball lands in or closest to the hole will win half of the golf ball sales. In the case of a tie, the winners will split a quarter of the proceeds from the Golf Ball Drop. The cost of one golf ball is $20, three is $50 and seven is $100. The winner need not be present to win.
Even if you are not part of foursome, you can still enjoy the golf course and our lovely May weather by being a volunteer at the tournament. Businesses and individuals can also show their support by becoming a hole sponsor for $150.
For more information, contact Amy McIntee at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 281-358-6172.