Marsha Robertson writes “SCI-FI/HORROR/FANTASY FANS TO GET UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL WITH THEIR FAVORITE STARS FOR CHARITY ON THE LINKS
Celebrities Team Up With Followers For Fun, Sun, Charity, And A Little Golf Too!
July 11, 2007/Ventura, CA — Fans For Life is sponsoring a Celebrity Golf Tournament at the Scholl Canyon Golf Club in Glendale, CA on Saturday, October 6, 2007 to benefit the AIDS Service Center of Pasadena (and other selected charities). Foursomes consisting of one genre celebrity and three fans will play eighteen holes in a scramble format. Tee times will start at 8 a.m with driving range time and lunch included, and a spectator’s gallery will be available at selected locations on the course. An awards banquet and auction will be held in the evening, where fans will be able to visit with a celebrity at their dinner table and bid on items in a live auction.” Read More for more info.
“Confirmed participants at this time include actors John Billlingsley (Star Trek Enterprise), Dominic Keating (Star Trek Enterprise, upcoming Heroes), Connor Trinneer (Stargate Atlantis, Star Trek Enterprise), and Garrett Wang (Star Trek Voyager), along with Garret Maggart (The Sentinel), Claudia Christian (Babylon 5), and Spencer Garrett (I-Man). Marc B. Lee will serve as the Master of Ceremonies.
The Aids Service Center provides services and advocacy for individuals throughout LA County impacted by and at risk from HIV/AIDS – According to John Billingsley, who serves on ASC’s Board, he’s looking forward to participating “because the money goes to a terrific organization and it’s a wonderful opportunity to publicly humiliate myself”.
Come out and golf with the stars you love best from your favorite television shows and movies! After a hard day at the links, you can relax with the actors at our awards banquet and charity auction.
For additional information, contact:
Cell Phone: 805-850-5400
Fans for Life (http://www.fans-for-life.org) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating uniquely-themed celebrity charity events that put the emphasis on fun and accessibility for everyone involved.”