Magee Rehabilitation Hospital and Adam Taliaferro Foundation Tee Off For 4th Annual Fundraiser!
10/10/2014 9:29:00 PM
I will be playing in this year's Magee/Adam Taliaferro golf outing on 10/20. There is still room for a few golfers, and sponsorships and donations are welcome!
Here's more about the event, Magee's mission, and Adam's good work in the community!
Magee Rehabilitation Hospital and the Adam Taliaferro Foundation will partner once again to present the 4th Annual Adam Taliaferro Foundation & Magee Rehabilitation Golf Outing on Monday, October 20, 2014 at Green Valley Country Club in Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania. Proceeds from the golf outing will benefit spinal cord injury research, rehabilitation and quality of life programs supported by both Magee Rehabilitation Hospital and the Adam Taliaferro Foundation.
“As someone who has faced a spinal cord injury, I can tell you that the difference between surviving and thriving is support,” said Adam Taliaferro, founder of the Adam Taliaferro Foundation and former patient of Magee Rehabilitation Hospital. “This is my way ...
HACKING FOR A CURE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST PARKINSON'S DISEASE!!!
10/2/2014 11:00:00 AM
The annual Hacking For A Cure golf outing is set for Saturday, October 11 at Ramblewood Country Club in Mount Laurel, NJ!!!
It's an outing to raise money for PD research in conjunction with the Michel J. Fox Foundation, organized by the Schultice family.
This best ball scramble will tee off at 8:30AM, with on-site registration starting at 7:30AM! Cost is $125 per golfer, or $500 per foursome. Hole sponsorships are available for as little as $100! Lunch will be served, and they always give each golfer a nice shirt, part of the package. (I wear mine regularly on the course!)
To sign up, or become a sponsor contact Jim Schultice (609-790-4058), or send your check, made payable to "Hacking For A Cure" to Jimmy at 24 Larkspur Circle, Sicklerville, NJ 08081.
Together we can unlock the mystery of Parkinson's Disease! See ya there on 10/11!!!
PROTECT THE BADGE GOLF OUTING
9/16/2014 12:19:00 PM
Since 2000, 14 law enforcement officers in Southeast Pennsylvania have been killed in action, taken from their families and their communities.
In an effort to raise money to help families of the fallen, Mike Niklauski, who works for Channel 6ABC, has formed the Protect The Badge Fund.
"Witnessing the tragedies that occur for the families gives me the drive to make this one of the largest golf outings in the area in years to come. At the very least we can give a little for those who gave their everything to protect us," stated Mike.
On October 3rd, at Jeffersonville Golf Club, with an 8:30AM start, the first golf outing to benefit Protect The Badge Fund will take place.
For info, and to sign up, call Mike at 215-266-9970 or email him at email@example.com
20TH ANNUAL BUCKS COUNTY SPECIAL NEEDS GOLF OUTING ON 9/19!!!
9/8/2014 6:48:00 PM
A bunch of my friends from my high school days at William Tennent have been committed to Bucks County Special Needs, a brilliant organization that gives kids great summertime expriences, funding summer camps and sports programs, for 20 years now!!!
I have played at their event, and it is a top shelf affair!
This year, they are setting it off at a great track, Limekiln Golf Club on Friday, September 19th with an 11AM shotguin start!!!
It's a 4-man scramble for $125 a player! This year, the guys want you to know that they will NOT be accepting money on-site, so sign up in advance as a group, pair or solo player!
Call Brian Damiani to sign up: 215-230-4131 (day), 267-679-8831 (evening)
STEVE HOWE OF YES TALKS ABOUT THE BAND AND LIFE OFF THE ROAD!!!
8/28/2014 9:25:00 AM
Yes recently played the Tower Theater, performing "Close To The Edge" and "Fragile" in their entirety. They also have a new album, "Heaven And Earth," with new singer Jon Davison, which quite frankly, sounds really great! I wasn't expecting to like it so much.
Given the chance to speak with Steve Howe last week, I jumped at opportunity to talk with one of my favorite guitarists of all time. Click and listen to Steve talk about where the band's at, and where it may be going...