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Elementary and Primary Education
Communities In Schools-Bay Area
News Release
Friday, November 10, 2017

Date Set For Keep Kids In School Golf Tournament

The 9th annual Keep Kids in School Golf Tournament, the Bay Area's premier golfing event, has been announced by Communities In Schools-Bay Area (CIS-Bay Area). It will be held April 16, 2018, at Bay Oaks Country Club in Bay Area Houston. Proceeds from the tourney will support CIS-Bay Area's dropout prevention program serving 15 campuses in the Clear Creek and Dickinson Independent School Districts.

The all-inclusive shamble Keep Kids in School Golf Tournament includes three hole-in-one opportunities, a putting contest, the famed NFL hole, breakfast/lunch throughout the day, a steak dinner, a martini bar, margaritas and much more.

Co-chairmen for the tournament are Mark Conrad of Express Employment Professionals and Kevin Lardie of Gay Family Auto. Vice chairman is Duane Bolpa of Merrill Lynch.

Sponsorship opportunities are still available. For more information on the tournament, contact Hillary Gramm, CIS-Bay Area resource development director, at hillaryg@cisba.org or 281-486-6698.

For more information on CIS-Bay Area's program of doing whatever it takes to keep kids in school, visit www.cisba.org.

Pictured (Top Right): Keep Kids in School Golf Tournament founder Rick Gornto (left) joins 2018 tournament co-chairman Mark Conrad, vice chairman Duane Bolpa, co-chairman Kevin Lardie and Peter Wuenschel, executive director of Communities In Schools-Bay Area.

Pictured (Above Middle): Community leaders recently attended the first Keep Kids in School Golf Tournament Committee meeting. They were joined by the committee for Raise Your Glass to CIS. Both events will be held April 16, 2018, at Bay Oaks Country Club, and both benefit the Communities In Schools-Bay Area dropout prevention program serving 15 campuses in Clear Creek and Dickinson ISDs with whatever it takes to keep kids in school.




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