Hampden Country Club hosts autism tournament
HAMPDEN The fifth annual golf tournament to benefit the non-profit, Radcliffe is the Reason and Arthur Too! Fight Autism, will take place May 6 at Hampden Country Club.
The day will be filled with great fun, wonderful views and many prizes, all while helping autism research and support services.
Radcliffe and Gina Kenison of East Longmeadow have two sons with autism. They formed this non-profit to raise public awareness about autism spectrum dis-orders and its effects on individuals, families and communities. The organization helps to fund programs that provide information and practical help for individuals with autism and their families; while also funding research to find the causes and a cure for autism.
Prizes include a car, a boat, an ATV and gas grill. The day's events include meeting the Hooter girls and playing against the Lovely LaCuina Ladies.
Those in attendance can also enjoy a relaxing massage from Ochoa Salon or get their photos taken by Robert Charles Photo-graphy.
Registration will take place from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Lunch and practice range will be from 11 a.m. to noon. Shotgun start will be at noon and dinner will take place at 6 p.m.
VIP foursomes can participate for $625, which includes green fees and cart; lunch and dinner; prize eligibility for winners of numerous golf contests; larger tee/green sponsor sign; premium indoor banner signage with company or family name; four complimentary two-minute massage tickets; four complementary raffle tickets; four complementary beer tickets; and four complementary putting contest tickets.
Standard foursomes cost $500 and include green fees and cart, lunch and dinner and prize eligibility for winners of numerous golf contests.
Tee and green sponsorships are available for $125 per sign.
Those not wishing to attend the golf outing may sign up for dinner courtesy of Bogey Barbeque for $35.
For additional information, contact Radcliffe Kenison by e-mailing him at email@example.com