FELLOW VETERANS AND FRIENDS IN BEAUTIFUL, SUNNY CALIFORNIA AND BEYOND,
The President Ronald Reagan Detachment 597 of the Marine Corps League in
Simi Valley, California will be hosting its Annual Golf Tournament at the Tierra Rejada Golf Club in Moorpark, California as a Fundraiser.
THE TOURNAMENT IS OFFERING A ‘HOLE-IN-ONE’ FOR A LUXURIOUS BMW AND A ‘HOLE-IN-ONE’ FOR 7 DAYS/ 6 NIGHTS IN MAUI.
DETAILS AT WWW.MCL597.ORG.
The Chairman of this Annual Golf Classic Fundraiser, Dick Jennings,
requests your help and support.
The President Ronald Reagan Detachment 597 shares a common goal with our community to always remember the dedication and service of our Veterans.
These veterans have served in campaigns from WWII through the Gulf War and are
now returning from being deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan and other places abroad.
The primary means of fundraising for our resident Veterans will be through our Annual Golf Tournament which will held at various Golf Clubs throughout Ventura
This year’s event is on Wednesday, 14 June 2017, and we are seeking your support for sponsorship and participation. If you are not able to play in the golf tournament, then please consider the donation of a raffle or auction item which would be a tremendous addition to ensure another successful event for our deserving Veterans.
To register for this event, please go to www.MCL597.org and click on 2017 Convention and Golf Tournament. Here you will find all the information about
the Tournament and Sponsorship. Your Sponsorship will be publicly displayed
during the Tournament at a designated ‘hole’ and after the round of golf, during
the dinner and Auction.
Fill out the registration online form to participate in the Tournament.
Your prompt response is greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance for your anticipated action and please contact one of the Marine Veterans listed below with any questions you may have or to coordinate
pick-up of your donations for auction.
Dick Jennings – 805-328-9817
Ben Pfister – 805-208-1095
Matt Valenzuela – 310-308-7015
Matt E. Valenzuela