May 24, 2013 - Stout Street Foundation's 7th Annual Golf Tournament
What: Golf Tournament beneffting Stout Street Foundation
Where: Green Valley Ranch Golf Course
When: Friday, May 24, 2013
Time: 8:00 am
Ticket Prices: $125 for golf and lunch $30 for lunch only
Beneficiary: Stout Street Foundation
Co-Chair(s): Teri Smith and Sheryl Goodman
President(s): Christopher Conway
Sponsors: CoBiz Insurance and CoBiz Financial, Drug Court101.com, Oakwood Homes, Nationwide Equipment Congro, arc Thrift Stores, Kiewit Building Group, Roper Apparel, Tri Cuzz Productions, Interstate, CeDAR, Time to Change, Precision Elevator Service, Commerce City, Fire Inspection Services, Tetra Tech EC, Commerce City Business & Professional Association
Menu: Hamburgers, salads, dessert bars
Attendance: 144 golfers
Attire: Golf attire
Board of Directors: Adam Helie D. C; Ben Cort; Dale Algrim, Vice Chair; Dawn Sieh PhD, Treasurer; Dr. Kenneth Wilson PhD; Eileen Schurmann; Joe Gerardi MHA, RN, Chair; Kendra Cliver, Secretary; Kirk Smalls; Joanne Lah.
Blacktie Photos by: Libbie Holmes
Tom Mair, left, with Niko Worthan, President and CEO Christopher Conway and Adam Helie
A sell-out group of golfers and supporters came out for a chairty golf tournament benefitting Stout Street Foundation on Friday, May 24, 2013. Thirty six groups enjoyed a beautiful morning of golf at the Green Valley Ranch Golf Course, east of Denver, with an 8:00 a.m. shotgun start in a scramble format. The event, in its seventh year, gives foundation board members, community members, and program graduates the opportunity to show their support for the organization in its efforts to help those in our community recovering from substance abuse.
Immeditately following the golf, an outdoor barbeque lunch was served in the pavillion overlooking the 18th green, and awards for men's and women's longest drive, straightest drive, closest to the pin and hole in one were awarded. Participants then had the opportunity to bid on dozens of items available in the silent auction, including artwork, sports memorbilia and golf-related prizes.
The foundation, which helps over 300 people annually to recover from substance abuse, has been offering its services to the Denver Metro area for over 35 years. Its mission is to provide the necessary services and support in a totally structrued therapeutic community environment to assist addicts and alcoholics to help themselves in rehabilitaion, recovery, and transition in returning to society as productive and responsible citizens. The foundation operates as a not for profit, self-sufficient organization without primary economic dependence on municipal, state or federal funding. Within the structured environment, Stout Street Foundation will provide food, lodging and specific programs and treatment for residents.
For more information about Stout Street Foundation, please visit their website at www.stoutstreet.org.