What are you doing on Monday, September 15, 2014?
Shockingly, that is only two months from today.
Kevin and fans will be at Wyncote Golf Club, kicking off our second annual
Kevin will arrive in the van that you helped him buy!
Joining Kevin and his friends to serve once again as Master of Ceremonies
for the luncheon will be 97.5 The FANATIC’s Brian Startare. “Kevin is an
inspiration to us all, and I’m delighted to be back,” Startare said. “And
with great auction items on hand already, we’ll have a tremendous
opportunity to raise significant funds.”
Live auction items include:
• Four club seats with a parking pass to a 2014 Philadelphia Eagles regular
season game and an autographed Fletcher Cox #91 jersey.
• Two tournament passes to the February 5 – 8, 2015 Farmers Insurance Open
at Torrey Pines Golf Course, San Diego, Calif., and three nights at the San
• Two tournament clubhouse passes to the July 27 – August 2, 2015 Tiger
Woods Quicken Loans Open at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Course,
• Two passes to the December 13, 2014 Army-Navy game at Baltimore’s M&T
And many great silent auction items! Two autographed Rickie Fowler hats,
great restaurant and theatre tickets, golfing, and so much more!
Reliable rumors say that more good items are on their way!
But you have to be there to snap up these great items.
We are so grateful to the many, many people who have given so generously to
create what we think will be a spectacular auction to complement a great
day of golfing!
Register here for the event as a sponsor, golfer or to donate directly to
Please, help spread the news!
Live in Philly and worried about transportation to and from the event?
Contact Denise and Chris at email@example.com. If there is enough
interest, we’ll look into group transportation from downtown to the wilds
of beautiful Oxford, PA!
Ticket sales end this year on September 1.
Brief update from the Neary residence — a note of thanks and an invitation.
Our power has been out for about two and a half hours now, and thanks to everyone who has contributed to Kevin’s needs the generator has been running the entire time, powering the house. We did not have to move Kevin and he is here at the house resting comfortably. If all of you had not been so generous we would have had to find a place for Kevin until power was restored. Typically Kevin is worried for the neighbors and hopes power is restored shortly.
Thank you to all for your support.
In an unrelated note, Kevin is very much into the World Cup and is pulling for Germany to win the Cup. He of course has a jersey for Germany, #7 Schweinsteiger, and was thrilled with the outcome today. His mother’s family is mostly German so it is a natural fit for him. If you are interested Kevin is going to skip the Phillies this week to stay home and watch the match on Sunday at 3:00. Feel free to stop by to cheer on Germany.