H.F.T.P Fairfield/Westchester Counties Chapter & Love Holds Life Children's Cancer Foundation Invite you to participate in the Brian Fallon-Howard Memorial Golf Outing benefiting “Love Holds Life” - Children’s Cancer Foundation
Schedule of Events
10:00 AM Golf Tournament Registration, Driving Range & Practice Facilities Available
11:30 AM Lunch
1:00 PM Tournament Shotgun
1:30 PM Golf Clinic Registration
2:30 PM Golf Clinic
5:00 PM Cocktail Reception
6:00 PM Dinner, Auction, Announcements & Awards
The outing consists of three different options for attendees. Golfers can attend
the entire day for a full 18-hole golf tournament, including lunch & dinner for
$300.00. Beginner golfers or those who are interested in learning can select a
golf clinic and dinner option for $225.00 Or you can just join us for the evening
event and dinner for $125.00.
18 Holes of Golf in a Scramble format. There will be prizes for the Longest Drive,Closest to the Pin, Best Team and Most Honest Golfer.
Golf Attire. No denim,Gentlemen are not permitted to wear hats in the clubhouse
and Soft Spikes are mandatory. Use of mobile devices is not permitted on Club Property.
Official Response must be Received by Monday July 11, 2016
Please respond promptly. The first 100 spots for the Golf Tournament and
25 spots for the Golf Clinic will be reserved, all additional responses will
be placed on a waiting list. Dinner Responses are not limited.
Sponsorship Response must be Received by July 1, 2016.
Please make checks payable to H.F.T.P. Fairfield/Westchester Counties Chapter & send completed response forms to: John Riccio | GlenArbor Golf Club | 234 Bedford Center Road | Bedford Hills, NY 10507
Tel: 914-241-0700 | Fax: 914-241-0701 | firstname.lastname@example.org
June 3, 1996 - December 27, 2010
He was a young man whose smile charmed all those who had the joy of meeting him. Brian was a polite, vibrant, energetic teen who loved his family deeply and never lost his innocent joy in interests and passions which included the New York Yankees and Star Wars. Brian was a youth who was just beginning to come into his own. Always ready with a kind word or gesture, Brian gave the best parts of himself freely and often. His sudden passing has left a hole in the hearts of his family and friends. His memory will forever be carried on by the thoughts of his warm smile, gentle ways, and the love given to all those who still mourn his passing.