4th Annual NVCSA Charity Golf Scramble to raise funds for Cue Camp Virginia!
The Northern Virginia Cued Speech Association (NVCSA) is hosting a Golf Scramble and prize raffle at the Fort Belvoir Golf Course to benefit Cue Camp Virginia*. Non-golfing family members and friends are invited to attend the post-play patio BBQ dinner and raffle. Once again we will enjoy the musical stylings of Pierre Guertin and Rosemary Salvi as we view the sunset from the clubhouse patio.
Date: Friday, August 3rd, 2018 (Registration deadline: Wednesday, August 1st. Early Bird pricing ends Sunday, July 22nd.)
Shotgun Start: 1:00 p.m.
The golf event is open to golfers of all levels and genders. Sign up as an individual or bring a team (up to a foursome). This is a "best ball" tournament, so you can play with your friends and just have fun! All teams will have a chance to win prizes, regardless of individual skill level. Mulligans will be available for purchase at check-in!
Payment can be made with this form using PayPal, or checks may be mailed to NVCSA Charity Golf Scramble, P.O. Box 2733, Fairfax, VA 22031. Questions? E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payment includes greens fees, cart, practice balls, 2 raffle tickets and post-play dinner. Cash beverage cart and cash bar will be available.
NVCSA is a 501(c)(3) charitable tax-exempt organization. Payments beyond the actual cost of the events are tax deductible. All golfers will receive a tax receipt.
Note on Fort Belvoir Installation access: Participants who do not possess military or DoD identification cards and wish to be on a pre-vetted list to enter the installation at the Kingman Gate (nearest the golf course) must submit drivers license information (state and number) no later than Monday, July 23. Participants riding with someone else should plan to show a picture I.D. when the vehicle enters the installation. Participants not on the pre-vetted list must enter the Fort Belvoir installation via the Tulley Gate, go into the Visitor Center and receive a Visitor's pass. Please allow an extra fifteen minutes to complete this process.
*Cue Camp Virginia is a fun-filled learning weekend for families, friends and professionals who want to use Cued Speech to clarify spoken communication with deaf and hard-of-hearing children. It is essential for all members of the family to be able to provide a language model for the deaf child, and when the entire family attends camp it becomes a unifying family undertaking. Many of these young families struggle with the additional expenses associated with newly dagnosed deafness. Proceeds from the Charity Scramble help us to offer significant discounts to families with infants and preschoolers, and to make the camp affordable for all families. For more information about NVCSA, Cued Speech and Cue Camp Virginia, please see our website: http:www.nvcsa.org.