Thursday, September 13, 2007

First Annual Almaden Community Center Golf Tournament

The Almaden Community Center, in association with the Almaden Advisory Council, is pleased to present the First Annual Almaden Community Center Golf Tournament on Monday, October 22nd, 2007 (click here for details, click here for registration form) to help fight childhood obesity. In an effort to better our local community, proceeds from this event will go to the Almaden Elementary School for programs to promote the health and well-being of the children.

We are looking for companies like yours to help sponsor this event. In addition, your tax-deductible donation will qualify your company name to be placed in all of our press releases and throughout our various marketing efforts.

Our goal of $5,000 dollars will be used to provide healthier food choices, promote physical activity by bettering the physical education program and an education program to teach the children healthy eating habits.

The Almaden Community Center is passionate about bettering our community and with your help we can make a difference by investing in a healthier future for today’s youth. We are excited about the opportunity to work with Almaden Elementary through an event in which we can have a direct impact on the lives of children.

For more information on Almaden Elementary School, please visit their website:

To make a donation to the First Annual Almaden Community Center Golf Tournament or if you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me at (408) 268-1133. Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.

Andrew Judge
City of San José
Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services
Recreation Specialist

6445 Camden Ave., San Jose, CA 95120
Tel.-408.268.1133 Fax-408.997.1222

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