19th annual Fresh Start for Kids Celebrity Golf Classic to be held at Morgan Run

Hollywood actors and professional athletes will hit the green Morgan Run Golf Club on Monday, March 14, at noon, to help Fresh Start Surgical Gifts transform the lives of children with physical deformities through the gift of reconstructive surgery. Co-hosts of the tournament are Alfonso Ribeiro, known for winning Fox’s Celebrity Duets and for his role as “Carlton” on the Fresh Prince of Bel Air, and Grant Show, who starred on Melrose Place and, Swingtown.

During the tournament, each foursome will be paired with a celebrity to participate in contests and sample delicious food and beverages at each hole. Celebrities who participate each year include: Sam Scarber, Darren Carrington, André Reed, Marcus Allen, Darren Carrington, Alex Hyde-White, Kathleen Bade, Randy Jones, Seth Joyner, Tina Mickelson, Steve Hegg, Gregor Itzin, Jeff Rector, Lyman Ward, Kellen Winslow, David Justice, Leslie O’Neal, Hank Bauer, and Mike Scifres.

On Sunday, March 13, a pre-tournament welcome dinner at 7 p.m. will be held at Morgan Run, featuring guest speaker Beloved Jefeti, a teenage landmine victim from Zimbabwe. There will also be a silent and live auction with all of the proceeds benefiting Fresh Start’s medical programs. Space for the dinner will be very limited. Please contact Fresh Start now to reserve a foursome/sponsorship. Call: Michelle Pius 760-448-2019 or Amanda at 760-448-2018. For more information please visit www.freshstart.org.

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  3. Brees prepares for charity golf classic in May
  4. Celebrity Classic starts April 24
  5. Parioli to donate sales to Fresh Start on March 25

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