Corona, CA (PRWEB) March 25, 2006
The Foundation for Community and Family health, a private nonprofit organization that serves children, youth, seniors and families in Corona, Norco and Surrounding areas of Southern California announces the addition of Curb/Assylum Records “Blue County” as a musical performing at the Erica Blasberg Corporate Challenge Celebrity Golf Tournament.
Country music duo Blue County made up of Aaron Benward and Scott Reeves, will play an acoustic set at the upcoming celebrity golf tournament to benefit the Foundation for Community and Family Health. Recently receiving the Connie B. Gay Award, one of the Country Music Association’s (CMA) most prestigious honors Blue County will join an illustrious group of Country Music performers and industry leaders to receive this award including Johnny Cash, Charlie Daniels, Martina McBride, Brad Paisley, Trisha Yearwood, and last year’s recipient Terri Clark.
The Erica Blasberg Corporate Challenge (EBCC) a charity golf event benefiting The Foundation will be held Monday, April 3, 2006 at The Retreat and Eagle Glen Golf Club, located in Corona, CA. Opening soon, The Retreat, is an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus' Design private golf country club and EBCC participants will be among the first to play this championship course.
Cleveland Golf will host a golf clinic the morning of the event where this electrifying mix of sport and celebrity talent will be ready to showcase their skills. These talented players will also participate in a stroke play event during the tournament and will be joining the group for the dinner, auction and concert immediately following the tournament.
All proceeds from the event will benefit The Foundation for Community and Family Health. The Foundation is a private nonprofit organization serving children, youth and families in Corona/Norco and surrounding communities. Golfers and Corporate sponsorships available. For more information contact The Foundation for Community and Family Health at 951.270.0536.