Summerville Attorney Kelly Alfreds Sponsoring Annual Golf Tournament Benefiting Dorchester Children's Center
Summerville injury attorney Kelly Alfreds will be sponsoring the Dorchester Children's Center's 13th Annual Troy Knight Memorial Golf Tournament on Monday, May 15, 2017 at the Summerville Country Club. The golf tournament, named for a dedicated and beloved member of the organization who passed away, is a fundraiser designed to support traumatized, abused, and neglected children in the Lowcountry.
Kelly has been an active board member and chair of the Events Committee at Dorchester Children's Center for several years, and is excited to return, participate and contribute even more. "I could not be more excited about the 13th Annual Troy Knight Memorial Golf Tournament. Not only am I participating, but I am also proud to have the opportunity to sponsor one of the hole's this year," said Kelly Alfreds.
You can register a team to participate in this year's tournament by visiting the event's website. Lunch is provided by Moe's Southwest Grill, and dinner by Kickin' Chicken. Please arrive by 12 p.m. for lunch and registration; there is a shot gun start at 1:00 p.m.
In addition to the annual Golf Tournament, Kelly is actively involved in coordinating the Dorchester Children's Center's most popular event: The Scrumptious Summerville Kitchen Tour. Attendees experience a grand walking tour of beautiful homes in Summerville, taste gourmet foods cooked by premiere Lowcountry chefs, listen to local musicians, and smell the aroma of floral arrangements provided by area florists. The Kitchen Tour is scheduled for Sunday, October 1, 2017.
For more information on Dorchester Children's Center and their upcoming events, please contact Kelly Alfreds at 843-871-6522, or visit dorchesterchildren.org. The center also hosts monthly Community Awareness Luncheons, public informational sessions held at their location on East Richardson Avenue in Summerville. You can sign up for the next Luncheon by contacting Keri Scougale at 843-875-1551 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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