9TH Annual Topping Brothers Invitational
As so many of you have in years past, please join our “Band of Brothers,” Trey, Miles, and Liam, for a fun day of golf, Liam’s almost famous Skittle Shots, and MOST IMPORTANTLY helping us support the great work of Autism Speaks, the leading charity working to defeat Autism and help those afflicted. I’m SO proud … our efforts have not gone unnoticed. Last month our local newspaper, the Signal, ran an article on our future MLB catcher, Trey, and Liam and their bond. It made me so proud of our 3 young men, and of our efforts to wipe out Autism forever! So save this date and plan on coming out to support our fight … and THANK YOU for your support! HFT
November 18, 2019 Hosted by Trey, Liam and Miles, with a little help from their parents and Nana, will be a rousing good round of golf, including breakfast and prizes. It is a great opportunity for Sponsors and Participants to play golf at The Oaks Club at Valencia formerly TPC Valencia, while also supporting a very worthwhile cause.
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Registration/Continental Breakfast/warm-up Time 9:30 AM
Shot Gun Start 10:30 AM
Dinner @ The Oaks Club will follow the event… 4:30 PM
Hole in one sponsor TBA… Silent and Live auction
Autism is the fastest growing developmental disorder, affecting 1 in 88 children born today. It occurs in all racial, ethnic, and social groups and is four times more likely to strike boys than girls. Despite the high prevalence and growing health care costs associated with caring for a child with autism, autism research receives less than 5% of the research funding of many other, less prevalent, childhood diseases. More children will be diagnosed with autism this year than with AIDS, diabetes & cancer combined. There is no cure so its important to fund research into the causes of autism, how it can be diagnosed and treated early.