NEVER FORGOTTEN 9/11 Charity Golf Tournament and Community Extravaganza
Veteran Adventures Inc and 4 Heroes 4 Life present the 9/11 NEVER FORGOTTEN Charity Golf Tournament and Community Extravaganza.
We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit Veteran Adventures Inc (Tax ID-81-3714058) joining with 4 Heroes 4 Life on our mission to create and operate capital raising enterprises that fund life-sustaining programs for Veterans, Active Duty, Fire, Police, Doctors, Nurses, Emergency Service Personnel, Educators and their families.
Founder and Executive Director- Mark George [email protected]
Tournament Director/Coordinator- Michael Kamnitzer [email protected] (858) 449-3152
Event Coordinator- Margie Jones [email protected] (858)245-1596
Please join us on 9/11 for a special charity golf tournament to benefit:
– NYFD Steve Mercado Fund (Stickball League) https://goo.gl/15QrX7, https://goo.gl/iMKC6F
– FDNY Engine 40 and Ladder 35 Fund https://goo.gl/ibGC3k
– NYC Emergency Workers Fund https://goo.gl/15QrX7
Monday, September 11 at 9 AM – 4 PM
– 9:00 am – 11:00 am – First and Last tee times $150 includes donation and more TICKETS
– 4:00 – 10:00 pm – 19th Hole and Never Forgotten Community Extravaganza San Diego $30 donation
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Coronado Municipal Golf Course – 2000 Visalia Row, Coronado, California 92118
San Diego Extravaganza for all community members – Old Spaghetti Factory 275 Fifth Ave, San Diego, CA 92101
The purpose of our event is to benefit our dear friend Steve Mercado, NYC Firefighter, Engine 40 and Ladder 35, lost in the 9/11 tragedy. Wounded Hero and San Diego Firefighter Mark George, along with fellow firefighter Willie Blas and Steve formed a camaraderie around their reciprocal city Stickball League play from NYC, the Bronx, to San Diego with teams from Cleveland, Florida, and Puerto Rico totaling over 200 players. The three fast friends enjoyed a common denominator in heroism and stickball. In 2001, Mark and Willie hosted Steve and his family and put him on a redeye back to New York, where he immediately went to work saving lives in our nation’s biggest tragedy. Not only did we lose our dear friend, Steve, on that terrible day, but 12 out of the 13 members of Fire Station 40, Ladder 35, and over 400 heroic public servants in law enforcement and the NY Port Authority first responders.
We will Never Forget our Brother Steve and all those brave heroes that perished on 9/11. This event is the first of our goodwill missions to Never Forget the sacrifice of our dear brothers and sisters on that day. We are asking you to help us to NEVER FORGET and join us in this very special event so they will NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.