Atlanta, GA, March 04, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The Black Women in Jazz Association invites golfers to participate in the 1st Annual Black Women in Jazz Open Golf Classic on Saturday, April 9, 2016 at the North Fulton Golf Course in Atlanta, GA.
Golfers who participate will win the satisfaction of helping a charitable organization because a portion of the proceeds from this tournament will benefit A Change Generation Non-Profit Foundation, which supports Foster Care Program Young Adults who leave the Foster Care Program and transitions into independent Adults.
Shotgun scramble time is 8am. The registration fee of $185 includes the green fee for 18 holes of golf on the beautiful North Fulton Golf Course. An Honors Luncheon will follow at 2:30pm at the Crowne Plaza Perimeter at Ravinia, 4355 Ashford Dunwoody Road, Atlanta, GA. There will be awards and prizes for the winning golfers who gets closest to the pin on the 5th and 17th wholes and for the first and second low score foursome as well as the longest drive. Tee signs are available for $50.
The Black Women in Jazz Open Golf Classic is a part of the Black Women In Jazz & The Arts Awards a& Entertainment Weekend. Sponsorship and Advertising opportunities are available.
For more information and reservations, book online at www.BWIJAwards.com, or call Sha Battle at 770.904.9599 or 678.913.6194.
About A Change Generation:
A Change Generation Independent Living Program provides young adults the opportunity to practice daily living skills and prepare for the future in a semi-supervised apartment setting. Young adults enrolled in the program will share a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1300 sq.ft. fully furnished apartment at no cost to them. Young adults have access to program staff 24 hours/7 days a week and services to meet their individualized needs. It is the goal of the program mission by providing young adults with a supportive living environment, superior case management, therapeutic services, community integration, and living skill development to ensure their successful transition into adulthood.
About Black Women In Jazz:
Black Women in Jazz was created to assist in meeting the unmet needs of women in jazz and the arts professionals. We create a greater awareness by honoring the many contributions of black female artists and related professionals globally.