This premier golf, tennis and pickleball event raises funds for the Good Shepherd Pediatrics Program, which provides diagnostic and therapeutic services to children with physical challenges, developmental issues and autism. The tournament will be played at Lehigh Country Club.
The event again will include a pickleball tournament. For more information about one of America's fastest growing sports, click here to check out the USAPA's website.
Entry fees for this year's tournaments are $1,000 per person for golf, $200 per person for tennis and $200 per person for pickleball. Other sponsorship opportunities are available upon request.
Special thanks to Paul Emrick for again chairing the 2017 Fall Classic Committee. Click here to meet the committee.
For a list of sponsorship opportunities, click here.
For the tournament schedule, click here.
For a list of our 2017 sponsors, click here.
For a list of our 2016 sponsors, click here.
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CELEBRITY BARTENDER FUND RAISER
DATE AND LOCATION: TBD
Help us tee off the 2017 Fall Classic by coming out for this special event in the heart of the new downtown Allentown featuring a star-studded roster of celebrity bartenders to be announced. We’ve changed the timing of the event to make it more family-friendly and to enable people to stop by on their way home from work. So, it’s never been easier to attend this fun night out!
All tips received will benefit the Pediatrics Program. And if that's not enough reason to turn out, you'll also have a chance to win some fabulous themed gift baskets, donated by Good Shepherd associates and friends. Lastly, the event features a Dine-to-Donate component. If you present a special coupon (see link below) or mention Good Shepherd Pediatrics, Chickie’s & Pete’s will donate 5% of your bill to Good Shepherd Pediatrics and 5% to Phantoms Charities. Hope to see you there!
For more information, please contact Andrew Block at (610) 776-8311.
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