On Saturday, June 19, the dedicated family of Grace Scasny will host the Amazing Grace Golf Tournament at the Houston Oaks Golf Course in memory of their daughter, who lost her courageous battle with neuroblastoma on October 7, 2006.
(PRWEB) June 3, 2010 -- The Amazing Grace Golf Tournament has raised more than $100,000 for the Children's Neuroblastoma Cancer Foundation (CNCF) www.nbhope.org for neuroblastoma research and education programs. This year's event will again be held at the Houston Oaks Golf Course, 22602 Hegar Road, Hockley, TX, (713) 888-0000. A fun-filled family event, festivities will kick off at 8 am with one of two shotgun starts (second at 1:30 pm). The golf portion of the event will include a 4-person scramble format. For a donation of $180 per player, the Amazing Grace Tournament will include lunch and dinner, a live auction, drawing for a Flat Screen television, silent auction, DJ/Robbie Seay Band, swimming pool/kiddie pool with life guards, fishing and paddlewheel boats, horse shoe competitions, grass and sand volleyball, baseball, kickball and a moonwalk.
“This is a very special event in memory of a very special little girl,” said Patricia Tallungan, founder of CNCF. “The heart of CNCF comes from families like the Scasny’s. We hope everyone will bring their families and friends out to support this event and our efforts to raise funds to find a cure for neuroblastoma.”
Born on March 10th, 2004, Grace Ashley Scasny was the apple of her Mom and Dad’s eyes. Grace was a very active little red head always keeping her parents on their toes. On January 14th 2006, her daddy's birthday, Grace’s parents were told there was a tumor in her abdomen. In an instant Grace was transformed from an active fun loving toddler to a cancer patient
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