BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – For the second year in a row, proceeds from the Central Chamber Golf Tournament will benefit Central City Autism Awareness.
“Central City Autism Awareness serves the special needs community with the same kind of intentionality that we use to use to serve the business community,” Central Chamber of Commerce CEO Ron Erickson Sr. said. “So, their mission is one we believe in.”
This year, at least 10% of proceeds will go to the organization, according to Alexis Flores of the Central Chamber of Commerce.
The tournament will be held Monday, Oct. 19 at the Greystone Golf and Country Club.
This year’s tournament theme is “Spooky Mask Bash,” and sponsors with corporate tents can compete to see who has the best decor, the best food and the best party sponsor.
Click here to sponsor a golf table.
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