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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
SHAKER RIDGE COUNTRY CLUB
 
11:00AM Lunch & Registration
12:30PM Shot Gun
6:00PM Cocktail Hour
7:00PM Dinner & Awards


$1000
/foursome   $250
/individual
Golf Includes: lunch, dinner, cocktail hour, cart & greens fees

$50/cocktail hour & dinner ticket only

Corporate Sponsorships with golf available.
For details on sponsorships or to play, click here.

A Round to Remember; Athletes Against Alzheimer’s is the Capital Region’s
premier golf tournament to raise awareness and funds to fight
Alzheimer’s disease. The tournament empowers golfers and athletes
of all sports to help change the course of Alzheimer’s. Athletes from
RPI, University at Albany, Union College, and Siena will be
competing to be the top college team!

 You can be part of this fun event, too. Grab some friends
and make a foursome, ask your company to be 
an event sponsor,
make a donation, or come for cocktails and dinner.
Together we can raise
awareness of the disease and the impact it has on families
and caregivers.
Funds raised through the tournament support local programs to
help families dealing with Alzheimer’s, as well as critical research
for better treatments and an eventual cure.

For more information e-mail 
Sarah O'Higgins 
or call 518-867-4999, ext.212


 

 


 

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