The 21st annual “Golf For Kids” fundraiser serves as a signature fund raising effort on behalf of The Children’s Museum of Green Bay. The 2017 “Golf For Kids” is scheduled to take place on Monday May 22, 2017, at Green Bay Country Club Golf Course. This event is open to the public with golf, hole contests, raffles, oral and silent auctions and networking.
The “Golf for Kids” golf outing is a community event created and run in part by volunteers. It serves as an educational resource, as well as an opportunity to generate funds for the programs and exhibits. Proceeds from the event will allow continued sustainability of the Museum. Money generated from the 2017 “Golf for Kids” event will be allotted to continue educational programming opportunities.
We need your help. Those of us who help organize and conduct the event are volunteers. To provide another successful event this year, we must reach out to local business and community leaders for donations.
If you feel you can help us in any way or have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to reach out to Heather Heil at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your consideration!
So You Think You Can Cook
October 22, 2016
Tickets On Sale Now!
Imagine 15 of Green Bay’s most notable professionals (bankers, attorneys, physicians, educators, and business leaders from every endeavor, or anyone who is well known to the public) retreating into their respective kitchens to concoct their favorite dish. After careful and loving preparation, the chefs creatively decorate their serving stations and don their favorite costume in an effort to entice the crowd of up to 500 friends, family, and fellow community members to take a nibble of their special cuisine. The prize: the coveted title of “Master Chef” and bragging rights for the next year.
“This is not a typical cooking contest,” said Toni Burnett, Executive Director of The Children’s Museum of Green Bay and one of the many organizers of the event, “It’s really a popularity contest.” The “Most Dough Raised” award is really based on who raises the most “dough” that benefits the organization through “tips” collected, table and ticket sales, or any other fundraising efforts the chef can dream up. Did I mention bragging rights?
For $150 per person admission price, guests at So You Think You Can Cook will be treated to music, dancing, a cash bar, a silent auction, and all the other usual offerings of a gala setting, but at this event they will also have options for their tasting pleasure. They’ll also enjoy one of the most extraordinary social events of the year. And, it all benefits The Children’s Museum of Green Bay.
2015’s winner of the “Master Chef” award was Matt Walters of Green Bay, who won with his pork wontons with spicy peanut sauce dish. Special thanks to Kristy Maney for raising over $7,000 in tips, earning her the title of “Most Dough Raised” award!
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Interested in volunteering or becoming a committee member call Heather Heil at 432-4397 or email email@example.com