Coral Springs, FL, February 23, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Caddy For A Cure (CFAC), the nonprofit program that provides funding and support for our wounded, Veteran and active military thru the game of golf, is proud to recognize a significant announcement for their Senior Military Advisor. The Department of the Army Human Resources Command announced on 7 February that Colonel Mike Rutkowski was centrally selected for Major Army Command. Colonel Rutkowski, who is currently serving on the Joint Staff supporting The Joint Chiefs of Staff - Washington DC – Pentagon, will take command in 2018.
Russ Holden, CFAC founder and CEO, commented “We are very proud of Colonel Rutkowski's selection to Active Army Command. We know this is a significant honor and recognition of his outstanding military service and leadership, and we couldn’t be happier for him.” Holden continued, “Colonel Rutkowski has very generously served as our Senior Military Advisor, offering his leadership expertise in support of our overall mission. His contributions to our program have been invaluable and we’re grateful for his continued involvement.”
About Caddy For A Cure
CFAC is a 501c3 non-profit charitable organization founded in 2003 by Russ and Colleen Holden. Their charitable focus includes Fanconi anemia and the PGA TOUR military outreach program Birdies for the Brave. The CFAC program provides support and rehabilitation for wounded, veteran and active military by involving them in the game of golf and including them in professional golf caddy experiences for the world’s best players.
For more information about Caddy For A Cure visit: caddyforacure.com
Please visit their generous program sponsors, Under Armour and EyeKing Eyewear, who provide head to toe apparel and eyewear for our caddy participants; Azalea Hospitality; Emerick Construction; and DraftKings.
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