Spring Branch Education Foundation board members Scooter Hicks and Jay Sartain are eagerly planning the 24th annual SBEF Golf Classic slated for Sunday, April 19, at the BlackHorse Golf Club in Cypress.
All proceeds from the tournament benefit Spring Branch ISD’s 35,000 students through education-enhancing grants and scholarships. The tournament is a four-player team scramble and includes a raffle, mulligans, a sponsored drive for scholarships and contests for putting, longest drive and ball closest to the hole. Breakfast and lunch are included.
Breakfast and registration begin at 7 a.m. with a shotgun start following at 9 a.m.
Registration for teams and individuals are open through Thursday, April 9: teams, $2,000; individuals, $500.
Visit https://sbef.ejoinme.org/2020SBEFGolfClassic to register for the event or to sign on as a sponsor.
Call the SBEF office, 713.251.2381, for more information.
Helping Hicks and Sartain this year are Andrea Bishop, Joe Blasi, Warren Matthews, Roy Montalbano, Paul Moreton, Colby Mueck, Rick Ngo, Ted Nowak, Ron Nunley, Lisa Schwartz, Warren Sloan, Suzanne Stiles, Cece Thompson, Katy Thorn, Jeff Treadway and Brooke Kato. Photo (left to right): Scooter Hicks and Jay Sartain
About Spring Branch Education Foundation: Spring Branch Education Foundation is committed to supporting SBISD students and educators. It partners with the district and community to fund programs that enhance education and ̅prepare students for the future. In 2016, Caruthers Institute ranked SBEF 42nd in the nation among 188 K-12 education foundations and in the top 10 of its division of foundations with $1 million to $1,999,999 in revenues. Since 1993, the Foundation has donated more than $15 million to the district. SBEF is a 501(c)3 organization; all donations are tax deductible.