American Subcontractors Association Annual Golf Tournament To Benefit CAST - Child Abuse Services Team

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21st Annual Golf Classic to be held on Thursday, May 5, 2011 at the Black Gold Golf Club in Yorba Linda, California

Contact Executive Director, Ruth Worden at 714.970.8444 or at asalaorangeco@earthlink.net. Registrations postmarked prior to April 1st will receive a $25 discount.

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SA Southern California Chapter is excited to announce their 21st Annual Golf Classic to be held on Thursday, May 5, 2011 at the Black Gold Golf Club in Yorba Linda, California. A portion of the proceeds from this tournament will benefit the CAST - Child Abuse Services Teams “Take Heart by Helping Others” campaign.

Shotgun scramble time for the Golf Classic is 12:30 pm. The registration fee of $175 includes the greens fee for 18 holes of golf on the beautiful Black Gold Golf Club course, a cart, a boxed lunch and a Mexican buffet dinner.

For more information and to make reservations, please contact Executive Director, Ruth Worden at 714.970.8444 or at asalaorangeco(at)earthlink(dot)net. Registrations postmarked prior to April 1st will receive a $25 discount.

About American Subcontractors Association Southern California Chapter
American Subcontractors Association amplifies the voice of Southern California subcontractors and suppliers, to ensure that their interests are represented in the construction industry. The ideals and beliefs of ASA are ethical and equitable business practices, quality construction, a safe and healthy work environment and integrity and membership diversity. The Southern California Chapter serves the counties of; Los Angeles and Orange, as well as the Inland Empire. Visit http://www.asasocal.org for more information.

About The Child Abuse Services Team
CAST began in 1989 as a multi-disciplinary team program for conducting child sexual abuse investigations at a single site. At that time children who were alleged to have been sexually abused were subjected to multiple interviews by numerous professionals at various different sites. The child-focused, child-friendly environment at CAST serves to further reduce the trauma for abused children. Community donations of toys, games, stuffed animals, snacks, lunches, and crafts are provided for the comfort of the children. Each year over 1000 children in Orange County are seen. CAST is a member of the National Children’s Alliance and is a nationally recognized leader and role model for its child-friendly approach to conducting child abuse investigations.

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