The Fourth Annual Aldine Education Foundation (AEF) Golf Tournament will be held Friday, Oct. 27 at Oakhurst Golf Club. The tournament will begin at 8:30 a.m. with a shotgun start. Registration and breakfast will be at 7 a.m. with lunch following tournament play. Oakhurst Golf Club is located at 20700 Mills Branch in Porter.
Join Honorary Chairman M.B. “Sonny” Donaldson in supporting education. Proceeds from the event benefit Aldine student scholarships and classroom teacher grants. Last year’s tournament raised $55,000.
Sponsorship levels are available at the following levels:
• Title – $20,000
• Diamond – $10,000
• Platinum – $5,000
• Gold – $2,500
• Silver – $1,250
• Exclusive Hole – $1,000
The Title Sponsors will be recognized on all tournament materials, have an endowed AEF scholarship created in perpetuity, two foursomes, exclusive and special hole sponsor recognition, reserved table for breakfast and lunch and receive the opportunity to distribute branded golf giveaways.
Diamond Sponsors will be recognized on all tournament materials, have one 2018 $2,000 AEF scholarship presented in their honor, two foursomes, special hole sponsor recognition and receive the opportunity to distribute branded golf giveaways.
Platinum Sponsors will receive special recognition on tournament signage, have one 2018 $1,000 AEF scholarship presented in their honor, two foursomes, hold sponsor recognition and receive the opportunity to distribute branded golf giveaways.
Gold Sponsors will receive recognition on tournament signage, one foursome and hole sponsor recognition.
Silver Sponsors will receive recognition on tournament signage and one foursome.
Exclusive Hole Sponsors will receive exclusive recognition at one hole on course (maximum of five available).
For more information or to register, contact Irma Rodriguez with AEF at (281) 985-7989.
Director of Public Information Aldine ISD
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