Golf Tournament

Mount Carmel Baptist Church
hosts its 5th Annual Golf Tournament (Captain’s Choice) benefiting

The Honorable Arlene L. Robinson Scholarship Fund

Individuals and Teams are welcome to participate. The cost is $100 per player (40% is tax deductible).
After April 23, the cost is $125 per player.

The Entry Fee includes a fun-filled afternoon of 18 holes, golf cart access, light beverages, and the Tournament Awards Dinner. Additionally, there will be goodie bags for all golfers. Mulligans will be available.

Prizes will be awarded for: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places, Hole-in-One (weekend vacation at a resort), Closest to the Pin, Longest Drive, Other prizes to be announced.

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Check in begins at 1:00 PM | Shotgun Start at 2:00 PM

Prior registration and photo identification is required for civilian’s admission to the military base

Click here to register

Location

The Courses at Andrews
Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility
(formerly known as Andrews Air Force Base)
Virginia Avenue Entrance
4442 West Perimeter Road, Joint Base Andrews, MD 20762
+1-202-842-3411

Location

Not a golfer? There are more ways to support the event!

Consider being a Sponsor or Advertiser

Pro-Presenting Sponsor $5,000.00
This one-of-a-kind sponsorship allows the sponsor to create an honorary name for the tournament (i.e. the Smith Family Sponsorship), recognition in the tournament program, a full page ad in the program and event signage at the player registration table, website recognition, hole sign, play in the tournament for a foursome, including greens fees, cart, range balls, awards dinner and gift bags.

Platinum Sponsor $3,000.00
Our platinum sponsors receive recognition in the tournament program as well as a full page ad in the program and awards event signage, website recognition, hole sign, play in the tournament for a foursome, including greens fees, cart, range balls, awards dinner and gift bags.

Gold Sponsor $1,500.00
Our Gold sponsors receive recognition in the tournament program, a full page ad in the program, website recognition, a hole sign, and includes play for a twosome, including greens fees, cart, range balls, awards dinner and gift bags.

Silver Sponsor $1,000.00
Our Silver sponsors receive a half page ad in the tournament program, website recognition, play for one golfer, a hole sign, green fees, cart, range balls, awards dinner and gift bags.

Ball Sponsor $500.00
The ball sponsor has the opportunity to logo 5 dozen balls used at the tournament. Order must be submitted by April 8, 2017.

Bronze Sponsor $250.00
The bronze sponsors receive a half page ad in the tournament program, a hole sign, and dinner for 2.

Player (Golfer) Sponsor $100.00
Each player will enjoy an afternoon of golf including greens fees, cart, range balls, awards dinner and gift bags.

Special Gardenia Blakeney Memorial Hole Sponsor $100.00
This sponsorship would honor the late Trustee Gardenia Blakeney who envisioned the tournament and selected the late Honorable Arlene Robinson as the honoree and namesake

Hole Sponsor $75.00 (per hole)

Direct Donor at $70/$60/$40/$20

Full Page Ad $100.00 (5.5in. x 8.5in.)

Half Page Ad $50.00 (5.5in. x 4in.)

Business Card Ad $25.00 (4in. x 2.75in.)

Make checks payable to “MCBC-HALR Scholarship” and send to Mount Carmel Baptist Church at 901 Third Street NW, Washington, DC 20001. Checks must be postmarked by April 23, 2017.

To make Sponsor and Ad payments online, visit our Donation page and reference the appropriate category in “The HALR Golf Tournament”. If you would like to contribute both as a Sponsor and as an Advertiser, please submit separate transactions.

Online payments made to “Honorable Arlene L. Robinson Scholarship Fund” will be considered direct donations to the fund and not Golf Tournament registration or Ad payment.
Submit Ads and company logos in jpeg (.jpg) or gif format to the event coordinators at golf@themcbc.org. You may also send any additional questions to that email address.

The Life and Legacy of our Tournament Honoree

Arlene served the Washington DC area as deputy corporation counsel for the Family Services Division with responsibility for abuse and neglect, child support and domestic violence cases. She served on numerous specialized boards and commissions. Arlene was president of the Eastern Region Interstate Child Support Association. She served on the Mayor’s Advisory Committee for Child Abuse and Neglect, the Superior Court’s Family Task Force, and the Mayor’s working group to establish a children’s advocacy center.

Arlene, along with Dr. Lavendar Orr of the D.C. Children’s Hospital and U.S. Attorney Patricia Riley, founded Safe Shores. Safe Shores provides intervention hope, and healing to children and families affected by abuse and trauma in the District. This center created a multidisciplinary team approach to forensic investigations of child abuse and neglect under executive order of Mayor Sharon Pratt-Kelly. After retiring from Superior Court as a magistrate judge, Arlene continued her involvement with the center as a member of the board of directors. Also after retirement, Arlene continued to actively participate in the Mental Health Association of the District of Columbia, the Interdenominational Church Ushers Association, the Potomac Valley Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, the Judicial Council of the Washington Bar Association, Order of the Eastern Star, Imperial Court Daughters of Isis, and the Red Hatters. She was a lifelong member of Mount Carmel, where she was active in the community outreach ministry, taught Junior Church with her sister, Brenda Durrington, edited the church newsletter and was a senior usher. Arlene tutored adults and regularly volunteered at N Street Village, where she assisted residents who battled both mental illness and substance abuse. She also developed a partnership with Walker-Jones Elementary School to produce the Trial of Gold E Locks, which helped very young children understand court processes. Arlene received the Howard University School of Divinity’s Pastor’s Award for her years of service to the community.

Arlene passed away peacefully on October 26, 2011 at the age of 72. She will always be remembered as a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and aunt. She was also a caring friend, teacher and mentor to all who came to know her.

Sources: Mount Carmel Light (Nov 2012), Obituary, The Washington Post (30 Oct 2011).

Special thanks to our 2016 Tournament Sponsors!

PRO-PRESENTING SPONSOR
Dean William L. Robinson

PLATINUM SPONSOR
Anne Elizabeth Robinson

GOLD SPONSORS
Nordson Corporation Corporate Giving
The Wilkes Company

SILVER SPONSOR
Barry and Sandy Goldstein
Piedmont, CA

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