Location: St. Andrews Country Club 17557 Claridge Oval West Boca Raton, FL 33496 Date: Monday June 4, 2018 9 or 18 holes determined by age. Time: 18 holes – 9:00am Shotgun Start 9 holes – 10:45 a.m. Shotgun Palmer Course for all ages Cost: 9 hole tournament – $45.00 (caddies ARE permitted) 18 hole tournament – $65.00 (caddies are NOT permitted) Entry fee deadline: May 28, 2018 (Field is limited to 75 players) To register and for further information please CLICK HERE.
The Admirals Cove Foundation exists to improve lives in our surrounding community and to strengthen the community of Admirals Cove through a culture of giving. The members of Admirals Cove are community driven and giving of their time and resources to positively impact the Palm Beach County area. The Foundation’s philanthropic efforts are made possible through the generous gifts the members collected during their annual giving campaign. “The Admirals Cove Foundation, the club and the members have been tremendous supporters of our Chapter for many years, said Steve Rockoff, Chapter Chairman. “We have an excellent partnership that goes far beyond financial support.” Pictured above left to right: Chapter Chariman Emeritus Dick Sheehan, Jack Barrett – Chapter Development Director, Steve Rockoff – Chapter Chairman and Jill Riehl – Admirals Cove Foundation Board Member and Allocation Chair.
2017 was an incredible year for our chapter. The number of children and Veterans being served has grown every year since our Chapter was founded. Our growth is due to our dedicated community partners, coaches, volunteers and physical educators who deliver the programs: our chapter staff, board members and school administrators who help lead the way; and of course, the numerous individuals, foundations and corporations who provide financial support to fund the programs. CLICK HERE to view our 2017 Annual Report for a summary of our impact on youth and Veterans in Palm Beach County.
Thirteen members of the Teen Golf Association (TGA), a newly formed group within our Chapter, scheduled a community service day on Saturday April 14th and participated in a walk for autism awareness this past weekend. TGA member, Billy Reid, came upon what he thought was a one-hundred-dollar bill. It turned out to be much more. He found $1,500.00 in the sand! The TGA decided to look for the rightful owner. After this attempt was unsuccessful they found a police officer, told the story and turned in the money. At The First Tee, students are taught our Nine Core Values, including Honesty and Integrity. Billy’s adventure was featured on the nightly news. Please click the link below to see the story. https://www.wptv.com/news/region-n-palm-beach-county/juno-beach/teenager-finds-1500-in-cash-on-juno-beach-turns-it-in-to-police
Please join us for lunch to learn more about our mission and serving children and Veterans in Palm Beach County.
May 7, 2018 – 11:30 am
The Cooper Restaurant 4610 PGA Boulevard #100, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418Event tickets are $50 per person *Seating is limited! No tickets will be sold at the door Save your seat & CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKET.
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What to Expect: Tracking Your Coach Status As you may know, The First Tee is transforming how they manage their business and customer interactions with a transition to Salesforce. As part of this conversion, they will be using a new Learning Management System (LMS) know as LITMOS. This will allow you as a Coach to see your current status and progression through The First Tee Coach Program. You will have accurate up to date status at your fingertips! Be sure to look out for an email within the next coming weeks about creating your new coach account in Litmos. Once you create your account and log in, you will see your next, required course of action located on your dashboard and the date in which it is due. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact your Coach Training representative Megan Pak, East Territory at [email protected] NEW COACH PROGRAM GUIDELINES To help streamline the process, The First Tee Home Office adjusted coach program guidelines and deadlines as outlined below. NOTE: Coaches who attended a Level I, II or III Coach Training in 2017 will still adhere to their quarterly post training document deadline date. This was the date initially communicated to coaches by the Home Office. If you attended a training in January – March of 2017, your post training document is due March 31, 2018. If you attended a training in April – June 2017, your post training document is due June 30, 2018. If you attended a training in August – September of 2017, your post training document is due September 30, 2018.