Golf Outing & Dinner for Brain Health
Join Super Bowl Champ to Fight Brain Diseases
If you know anyone who has or is struggling with brain cancer, Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, addiction, epilepsy, PTSD, autism, traumatic brain injury, or other brain disorders, help IES Brain Research Foundation hasten research for cures of these devastating conditions. Join 2 Time Super Bowl champ, former NY Giant Lee Rouson on Thursday May 31st for the IES Brain Research Foundation Golf Outing & Dinner at Lake Mohawk Golf Club; whether you golf or just come for dinner.
Golfers can meet and speak with Lee Rouson at 10AM. Lee Rouson will be golfing (find out how you might be his golf partner), and he will be part of the putting contest at 11AM. He will be speaking at the dinner and sharing his personal stories of why he has decided to be a part of the IES Brain Research Foundation family and champion this cause.
For those coming just for dinner, you can meet and talk with Lee Rouson in addition to enjoying delicious hors d’oeuvres at 5PM and dinner at 6PM, There will be golf prizes, door prizes, a silent auction and raffles as well. Bid on a wine & cheese tasting for you and 11 friends at Vintner’s Circle in Andover, NJ. Golfers come enjoy this beautiful, private golf course. There will be: a putting contest (with Lee Rouson), closest to the pin and line, longest drive and the Hole–In–One prize is a Lexus courtesy of Lexus of Route 10.
Golfers and dinner guests should encourage friends, colleagues and family to participate in this event. Put together a foursome whether golf or just dinner and save a few dollars while helping to find cures for brain diseases.
Early registration: anyone registered by April 20th is invited for a FREE golf clinic on May 12th (one for beginners & advanced beginners and one for intermediate and above) courtesy of To The Tee Golf in Newton, New Jersey. Early registrants (by April 20th) will also be entered into a drawing with 2 chances for a prize: ½ hour private golf lesson or 2 “Knight” at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament.
There are a variety of sponsorships available for businesses to support an important cause while getting business exposure. Put together a foursome and join the corporate challenge!
If you cannot attend, take a page in the ad book, whether for a business, or as an individual or family in honor or in memory of someone special or in support of IES Brain Research Foundation.
Volunteers, prizes, auction items and cash donations are also appreciated. Re-gifted new items of value are encouraged for door prizes and auction items. Why leave it sitting unopened on a shelf when it can be used for a good cause? For registration or donation forms and additional information go to www.iesBrainResearch.org or call 973-726-6218
One of the programs funded by this event is the IES Brain Research Foundation Student Summer Fellowship Program. The idea is to attract extremely bright, motivated students to the field of neuroscience to add to the work of the senior scientists towards effective treatments and cures. Since 2005, 39 summer fellowships have been awarded. The most exciting result so far, is that from one student fellow and senior scientist, a treatment for glioblastoma (deadly brain cancer) is in clinical trial. You can learn about the many areas the student fellows have been and are working on by going to www.iesBrainResearch.org and read about their amazing summer experiences. Two of the fellows worked with Nobel Prize winners, one worked with a world award winner in Alzheimer’s disease, others with heads of departments at prestigious medical centers and universities. The deadline for 2012 summer fellowship application is March 20th.
Join us in our mission for Brain Health in any way you can!!!! Support this recognized 501(C) 3 totally volunteer run non-profit. All donations are tax deductible. Spread the word and help us grow. www.iesBrainResearch.org or 973-726-6218
Golf Outing & Dinner for Brain Health
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