The Jack Kliger Memorial Tournament Committee
Benedetta and Sam Kliger
event committee members Anne & Charles Goodwin Melissa & Bruce Kaplan Ann Marie & Frank Ladisa Tim Lord Shelly & Tamer Ozkan Jennifer Rovira & Jack Wroblewski Jodi Solotoff
please join us Tuesday, August 14, 2018 Piping Rock Club Locust Valley, NY
The Tenth Annual
Jack Kliger Memorial Tennis & Golf Outing For The Advancement of National Tay-Sachs & Allied Diseases Association, Inc.
To Lead The Fight To Cure And Treat Tay-Sachs, Canavan And Related Genetic Diseases.
special sponsorship opportunities
Piping Rock Club Tuesday, August 14, 2018
event program 11:00 am
12:00 pm 12:30 pm
Golf Registration & Brunch Driving Range Open
Dinner Sponsor (Includes Foursome, Platinum Level Signage)
Cocktail Hour Sponsor (Includes Foursome, Gold Level S ignage)
Proper Golf Attire & Soft Spikes Required
Brunch Sponsor (Includes Foursome, Silver Level Signage)
Cart Sponsor (Includes Tee Signage)
Tennis Tournament Tennis Whites Required
Tennis Sponsor (Includes Signage)
Golf Shot-Gun Start
Halfway House (Includes Tee Signage)
18 Incredible Holes 1st & 2nd Place Individual, Low Gross & Net 1st & 2nd Place Foursome, Low Gross & Net Closest To The Pin Longest Drive
Putting Green Sponsor (Includes Putting Green Signage)
Driving Range Sponsor (Includes Signage On The Range)
Cocktail Hour and Boutique
Dinner, Speakers, and Awards
All sponsorships will receive signage and acknowledgement at the evening events.
All Player Packages Will Include Tournament Participation, Golf Carts, Caddie Fees, Practice On The Driving Range, Gourmet Brunch, Cocktails, Dinner, Refreshments On The Course And Awards. For more information or to register by phone, please contact Patrick Woods at 617-277-4463 or Patrick@ntsad.org. To register online, please go to ntsad.org and click on the “Fore Jack” link.
Individual Tennis Player
Junior Tennis (16 and under; limited number available) Cocktail/Dinner Only
Jack Alan Kliger was diagnosed with Canavan Disease when he was nine months old. Jack was given a life expectancy of three to five years. Jack passed away in April 2008 just shy of his 14th birthday. We are thankful for our friends, family and colleagues who have helped us raise $693,156 over the last nine years. It honors not only Jack’s life, but bolsters NTSAD’s programs that allow families and adults to live fuller lives knowing they are not alone through an Annual Family Conference, a supportive peer network, and access to the latest news and resources in research, advocacy and carrier screening. Your support of this year’s outing will help NTSAD with their goal to eradicate Canavan, Tay-Sachs and similar diseases, and also to help the children and adults affected by these diseases and their families cope with the pain and suffering associated with these diseases.