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Fifth Annual Red Ribbon Golf Classic June 18th is dedicated to the memory of Deborah L. Walker, the golfer, retired police officer, and Pittsburgh city official

                                     

Educating Teens Inc. sponsors its Fifth Annual Red Ribbon Golf Classic on Monday, June 18, 2018 dedicated to the memory of Deborah L. Walker, at the Club at Shadow Lakes Golf Course. Golfers are asked to round up their foursome and join us.  Non-Golfers are invited to join us for an Early Dinner as we remember Deborah L. Walker.  The activities include Registration at 9:30 AM; Shotgun Start 10:00 AM; Lunch on the Green, Dinner, Awards, and Prizes, Silent Auction; and more.  The Club at Shadow Lakes Golf Course is located at 2000 Beaver Lakes Blvd, Aliquippa, PA 15001.

 

Corporations are invited to join, and Dollar Bank and Highmark as sponsors of this event to benefit teenagers in low to moderate and/or distressed neighborhoods.  Educating Teens Inc. is committed to a comprehensive approach that addresses all facets of the youth experience.  Programming focus on self-esteem, peer pressure, bullying, healthy lifestyles, violence prevention, alcohol and drugs prevention, nutrition, exercise, business and social etiquette, cultural experiences, money management, and other related topics.

 

The Red Ribbon Golf Classic provides great opportunities for fellowship, networking, a wonderful day of golfing, as well as making a difference in the lives of our youth. The proceeds from the Red Ribbon Golf Classic will benefit Reclaiming Our Youth through Community Connections:  Focus on Boys and Young Men Symposium XI, Opioid & Violence Prevention; Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise Young Girls© and Project Hopes and Dreams©.

 

Educating Teens Inc. celebrating 18 Years is committed to a comprehensive inter-generational approach that addresses all facets of the youth experience.  Educating Teens Inc. had its beginning in 2000 as Kezia L. Ellison’s Service Learning Project for Pennsylvania Governor’s School of Excellence for Health Care.  The project was designed to educate teenagers about the deadly impact of the HIV virus and AIDS through collaboration with the greater community.  The organization is still committed to improving the quality of life for our youth.  Please join us on Monday, June 18, 2018.

 

Members of the media are welcome to join us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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