Help a Senior by hitting the greens on May 6
April 13, 2018
Tee it up for a good cause at the 6th annual Pavilion Golf Society golf tournament taking place Sunday, May 6, at the Rosen Shingle Creek Golf Club. Hosted by The Jewish Pavilion and benefiting the Orlando Senior Help Desk, this popular tournament offers golfers a mimosa breakfast followed by a round of golf on the resort's challenging Arnold Palmer-designed course. Following completion of the 18 holes, participants will be treated to a gourmet lunch and live auction.
Registration costs $130 per person or $500 for a foursome. Participants have the option to make it a staycation with a special offer from the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort that allows a Saturday-night stay for a low rate of only $119. Tournament golfers also receive a $35 Shingle Creek return play coupon.
This year's event honors Keith Levitt for his volunteer work with The Jewish Pavilion. Levitt has helped with the annual golf tournament since its inception, with his family's company Oakley Signs donating all event signage every year. Levitt and various members of his family have also been continuously active volunteers at programs put on by The Jewish Pavilion.
Not an avid golfer but still want to support the event? Interested local businesses can purchase hole sponsorships and have the ability to interact with golfers as playing groups approach the sponsored tee. Tickets to the luncheon are also available for $40. Call the office at The Jewish Pavilion to learn more: 407-678-9363.
Tournament participants can register online for the tournament at http://www.JewishPavilion.org. The Orlando Senior Help Desk is a public non-profit operated by The Jewish Pavilion and provides both resources and guidance to Central Florida seniors and their families.