Ron Burgundy Congratulates the Pollard Family & Cancer for College
As you might expect, he was a little sketchy on the details.

CELEBRATING THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY
OF OUR VERY FIRST EVENT!
Back in1994, Cancer for College staged its first event.  A little golf tournament at the Twin Oaks Golf Course in San Marcos featured 24 golfers and raised $500.  One scholarship was granted and a charity was born.  Now 20 years later we are back at Twin Oaks on Friday, May 10.  With over $1.75 million raised for more than 1,000 cancer survivors, Cancer for College has grown significantly, but we will never forget where we came from.  Thanks for being a part of our 20th anniversary celebration!

COULDN'T US THIS YEAR???  YOU CAN STILL HELP! 

 

COBRA PUMA GOLF
CANCER FOR COLLEGE IS PROUD TO WELCOME BACK COBRA PUMA GOLF!
Cancer for College is proud to have Cobra Puma Golf back for our 20th Anniversary event!  Our friends at CPG will have new product to demo on the driving range with the Track Man Golf Launch Monitor plus including contests to win new drivers.  In addition, they will be sponsoring multiple contests on the course with the chance to collect new PUMA golf shoes and COBRA equipment. 

They will definitely enhance the event.
MAKE SURE YOU THANK THEM FOR THEIR SUPPORT OF OUR CAUSE!

FRIDAY, MAY 10, 2013
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About the Will Powered Golf Classic...
The Will Powered Golf Classic - Southern California is the premier fundraising event benefiting Cancer for College and is hosted by the Hollywood superstar Will Ferrell.

Now in its 20th year, the event is the longest running fundraising event for the Cancer for College scholarship fund which grants college scholarships to cancer survivors, many of whom may not have the resources to attend college due to all the additional hardships that come from fighting the disease. Many cancer survivors often miss so much school or struggle with their schooling due to treatments leaving them ineligible for traditional scholarships.  In addition, even families with great insurance can be wiped out financially by the disease.

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