On May 3, 2021 Harford County Education Foundation will host the 6th annual Chip in Fore Kids Golf Classic. Harford County Education Foundation was founded in 2004 to support the students of Harford County Public Schools by equipping them with the critical tools and resources they need to achieve academic and personal success, with an emphasis on those in the most need of support.
The Chip in Fore Kids Golf Classic is co-chaired by Dr. Sean Bulson, Superintendent of Harford County Public Schools and Harford County Executive Barry Glassman. Oak Contracting, LLC is the proud Title Sponsor of the event.
“The tournament was established to offer golfers and sponsors a great opportunity to invest in
our Harford County educators and students, while having a great time networking and enjoying
time on the links,” says Warren Hamilton, Golf Committee Chair.
The Chip in Fore Kids Golf Classic will take place at the premier Maryland Golf and Country Club in Bel Air and will offer contests, prizes, and raffles, including Closest to the Pin and Longest Drive. Attendees will enjoy a complimentary hot breakfast courtesy of Chick-fil-A at Constant Friendship, lunch, and beverage carts on the course filled with snacks. A full bar cocktail reception and deluxe dinner will be served following the outing. Team photos will be available courtesy of MidAtlantic Photographic, LLC. The golf classic is a 4-person team scramble with a shotgun start at 11:00 a.m.
No foursome? No problem, individual golfers are welcome. To RSVP or to get more information on sponsorship opportunities, please contact Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org. Space fills quickly. Register soon! To learn more about Harford County Education Foundation visit us at www.harfordeducaton.org or www.fb.com/harfordeducation.
About Harford County Education Foundation: Harford County Education Foundation invests in the education of 38,000 youth in Harford County Public Schools by providing programs and resources to complement the learning and growth of each student regardless of their economic circumstances. The education foundation works in partnership with the community to bring critical resources to help students succeed in their academic and personal goals through middle and high school leadership programs, literacy programs, scholarships, free school supplies for low income students, grants to support innovative classroom instruction and celebrating the