23rd Annual Santa’s Open Charity Golf Tournament to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake’s Eastern Shore Youth

Gather up your golfing gear and get ready for some holiday cheer! Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake is pleased to announce the 23rd Annual Santa’s Open Charity Golf Tournament sponsored by RAMS, LLC.  This traditional and cherished event for the public will take place on Saturday, Dec. 5 at the Ocean Pines Golf & Country Club.

Since 1992, Santa’s Open has provided funds to benefit low-income children and families on Maryland’s Eastern Shore who are in need of mentoring support and encouragement. Local businesses and residents have been heavily involved by sponsoring and/or golfing for a great cause during this special season of giving.big brothers

There are still options available for sponsorships including: Toy Shoppe Tees, Santa’s Cheer Cart and Mrs. Claus’ Breakfast. Sponsorships include various levels of promotion of your business or organization depending on the chosen options listed. Delmarva Power is the 2015 Rudolph’s Reception Sponsor.

Golf registration is open to all at $75 per player for early registration through November 27th. Registration at the door is $85 per player. Each golfer is asked to bring an unwrapped gift for an underprivileged child ages 7-17. The format is four-personteams. Registration includes golfing fees, breakfast, cart, reception, Santa’s Cheer and the chance to win contests and gifts.

Sign up to golf or become a sponsor at www.biglittle.org/santa15.  For more information on our agency go to www.biglittle.org or call 410-543-2447 ext.225.santa 2

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake is a nonprofit, youth development organization that is committed to helping children reach their fullest potential through professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships and a full range of youth mentoring programs with measurable impact. Our programs are tailored to the needs of the children and include educational and social activities that they would otherwise never experience. Research proves that through Big Brothers Big Sisters, children facing overwhelming odds can thrive and achieve long-term success with the support of positive adult role models.

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