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9/29/2014 - CRIME STOPPERS GOLF OUTING

JOIN US FOR OUR 30th ANNIVERSARY GOLF OUTING CELEBRATION!

 

Crime Stoppers of Union County, Inc. will be celebrating its 30th Anniversary with a Golf Outing on Monday, September 29, 2014 at the Surburban Golf Club in Union, New Jersey.

 

Guests are invited to join us for golf and dinner, or to simply join us for our dinner celebration.

 

Our Cocktail Hour/Dinner Reception will also allow us the opportunity to welcome Sheriff Ralph Froehlich’s family members as we recognize him posthumously.  Sheriff Froehlich, who was a key advisor and supporter of Crime Stoppers since its inception 30 years ago, has been selected as the first recipient of our Meritorious Service Award, commemorating his outstanding dedicated service in law enforcement to the citizens of Union County for over 55 years.   He was selected for this honor prior to his recent and untimely death several weeks ago, in late July 2014.

 

You can participate in several ways (More information included below):

n  SPONSORSHIP – Golfing and non-Golfing

n  GOLFING

o   After registering at 10:15AM, Golfers can have brunch and can practice until 12:15PM.  Shotgun starts at 12:30PM.  Dinner starts at 5:30PM.

n  COCKTAIL RECEPTION / DINNER / AWARDS PRESENTATION

o   Our Cocktail Hour, Dinner and Awards Presentation will be held from 5:30 to 9PM.

n  TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATIONS

 

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

 

Our sponsors will be spotlighted at whatever level they select.  In addition, we will also acknowledge them in our program,

and their name will flash on the electronic TV screens located throughout the facility.

 

Of course, we will be pleased to have more than one sponsor at any of the following levels:

 

GOLFING SPONSORSHIP LEVELS:

                Platinum (includes major recognition, tee sign, three foursomes and award banquet sponsor)   $5,000

                Gold (includes major recognition, tee sign, two foursomes and cocktail hour sponsor)                    $3,000

                Silver (includes recognition, a tee sign and one foursome)                                                                            $2,000

                Tee/Green Sponsorship                                                                                                                                               $300

 

NON-GOLFING SPONSORSHIP LEVELS:

                Beverage Cart                                   $1,000

                Longest Drive                                    $500

                Closest To Pin (3 holes)                 $500

                Driving Range                                    $500

 

GOLFING FOUR-SOMES

 

Individuals and ready-made four-somes are invited to play on a gorgeous course designed by A.W. Tillinghast.

There are prizes to be had – including two cars and one Rolex – along others for the usual golfing contests!

 

We will, of course, offer our assistance to any individual golfers who are in need of additional golfers to make up a four-some!

 

The entire day of golf, including brunch, golf, golf cart, cocktail hour and dinner is $300 per person.

 

COCKTAIL RECEPTION / DINNER / AWARD PRESENTATION

 

If you don’t play golf, you can still be a part of the fun and festivities

(filled with more surprises and prizes, a raffle, and a silent/live auction)

as you enjoy a delicious dinner with others in our Union County community,

including members of Sheriff Ralph Froehlich’s family who are joining us

to posthumously honor and memorialize our longstanding Sheriff and his legacy.

 

The cost to attend the Cocktail Reception and Dinner only is $125 per person.

 

TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATIONS, AS WELL.

 

Any donations made to Crime Stoppers goes directly for the cash rewards paid to anonymous tipsters for information that leads to arrest and indictment of criminal suspects.

 

                Please email UCcrimestoppers@gmail.com if you need any additional information to make a donation to this worthwhile organization.

 

Thank you for your support and participation!

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1/21/2010 - Campus Crime Stoppers

Both Granbury middle schools and the new 9th grade campus are joining Granbury High School in forming campus-based Crime Stoppers chapters. Representatives from the campuses also have joined the board of the umbrella “adult” group, Hood County Crime Stoppers.

As with all Crime Stoppers chapters, students will be able to report crime tips in anonymity and receive monetary rewards through a system that protects their identity.

The three new Campus Crime Stoppers will be guided and supported by the high school group, which was formed last year with members of the Student Council. In October 2006, four student members traveled to Odessa, Texas with four adult chaperones, including GHS Assistant Principal William Hernandez and Lt. Billy Henderson of the Hood County Sheriff’s Office, for a statewide symposium on Campus Crime Stoppers.

“By attending the annual Conference, the students are able to network with other students and gain valuable information,” Lt. Billy Henderson says.

At its January board meeting, Hood County Crime Stoppers voted to give each campus $500 to jump-start their reward funds. Board member Kathy Swindle agreed to serve as a coordinator for the satellite groups, providing student guidance and spearheading fundraising efforts and media promotion. Plans already are underway for a major fundraising initiative in October to fund Campus Crime Stoppers for the 2007-2008 academic year.

“The Driftwood Theatre, which is represented on the adult board of Crime Stoppers, has agreed to help us sponsor ‘Fright Night’ events for each campus with scary movies in the weeks before Halloween,” Ms. Swindle says. “The students will love it, they’ll raise money for their school’s Crime Stoppers chapter, and hopefully the Driftwood will make a little money.”

If successful, Fright Night could become a yearly fundraising event, Ms. Swindle says – not to mention a great way to publicize Campus Crime Stoppers and rally support in the community.

“At a time when crime and drugs are prevalent even among middle-school students,” she says, “parents likely will be glad to know that such a program is in place at their child’s school.”
 



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