Bear Creek Copperfield Rotary to Host Golf Tournament at Willow Fork Country Club

Mark your calendar for May 2, 2016. Bear Creek Copperfield Rotary Club is holding their fund raising golf tournament at Willow Fork Country Club in Katy. The tournament will raise money needed to fund existing projects and the club’s upcoming 2016-17 community projects.  Rotary’s mission is Rotary Serving Humanity but without the help of local business and individual support it would not be possible.  

The Bear Creek Copperfield Rotary Club provides educational based projects such as Tools4Life which provides educational motivation, Educational Encouragement Awards at Campbell, Cardiff and Kahla Middle Schools, as well as Helping a Hero, a Backpack project which provides food on the weekend for less fortunate families, assisting Cy-Hope and supporting a Special Pals project. The club also hosts a monthly Birthday Party at a local senior center provide a band and birthday cake to make their day a special one.  Additional projects are planned for 2016-17.

If you are interested in getting involved, the club is also seeking corporate sponsors, 4 person teams, hole sponsors, items for their silent auction, and tournament volunteers.  We can accept checks or credit cards and credit card payments can be made on our Club website. To learn more, visit bearcreek-copperfieldrotary.org.

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