Hats off for the Pavilion Golf Society Tournament tee off
On a typical weekday, Emily Newman, Orlando's Senior Help Desk specialist, can be found scribbling notes at her desk at the Jewish Pavilion office, phone glued to her ear. Thanks to funds raised by the Pavilion Golf Society (PGS) over the past four years, Newman has served as the Jewish Pavilion's elder resource since 2012, dedicating herself to passing on reassuring advice to older adults and their family members at no cost to the caller.
On Sunday, May 15, at 7:30 a.m., the Pavilion Golf Society is teeing up once again for its annual tournament held at Alaqua Country Club, 2091 Alaqua Dr., Longwood, with funds raised increasing the hours of this invaluable service. Event organizers, Ken Davis and Eli Bercovici, encourage the entire community to put on their favorite golf cap, and come out swinging in support of the "Orlando Senior Help Desk" and honoree, Jewish Pavilion Past president and golf aficionado, Carol Feuerman.
Jewish Pavilion Executive Director Nancy Ludin, shared, "The PGS is a one-of-a-kind event with breakfast, lunch, and prizes included. Not a golfer, but still want to join the club? Join us for lunch. Help the Jewish Pavilion hit a hole-in-one for the senior community and register or make a donation at http://www.jewishpavilion.org or by calling 407-678-9363. Hats off to all our golfers, sponsors, organizers, and supporters who have made the "Help Desk" the ace-in-the-hole for seniors and families in need."
The Fourth Annual Pavilion Golf Society Tournament is open to the community, with all funds supporting the Orlando Senior Help Desk.
For more information call Ken Davis at 407-727-798-5354 or Eli Bercovici at 321-356-8214.
For more information about the Orlando Senior help Desk: http://www.orlandoseniorhelpdesk.org.