Friday, December 2, 2022

Ladies host tourney for abused kids

It’s not too late to promote your business at the Lantana Ladies League’s 3rd Annual Charity Golf Classic. Take advantage of numerous sponsorship opportunities available at the yearly event which will be held on Thursday, April 22, at the award-winning Lantana Golf Club.

“It’s a good way for businesses to get their name out there,” said Valerie Mason, publicity coordinator for the Lantana Ladies League. “There will be raffle gifts and a silent auction. It’s really a great opportunity for a new business to advertise.”

Sponsorship levels range from $50 up to $5,000 with numerous advertising benefits offered at each level.

The Lantana Ladies League, which has approximately 125 members, is dedicated to improving the community through leadership efforts and volunteerism. League members partner with various agencies to effect change for women, children and families in and around the Lantana area.

In support of that mission, proceeds for the tournament will support the Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County (CACDC). For more than a decade, CACDC has provided services to child victims of sexual and severe physical abuse. By bringing professionals together from law enforcement and medical fields, as well as the Denton County District Attorney’s Office and Child Protective Services, victims are able to get the help they desperately need while bringing their abusers to justice.

This year’s sponsors include Denton Regional Medical Center and Flower Mound Dermatology. Lunch is being donated by Corner Bakery in Highland Village.

“A lot of businesses already do so much for the charity,” said Thea Wood, special events coordinator for the LLL. “So finding new businesses that want to help has been our biggest focus.”

Last minute players and sponsors are welcome to participate.

“We will take them up to the day of the event,” Wood said.

For more information or to register your team, visit for registration and sponsorship information, or contact tournament chairperson Heather Hodapp at 940-230-6763 or by email at [email protected].

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