Challenge Golf Outing benefits Clearbrook programs
Clearbrook's annual Challenge Golf Outing welcomed more than 100 golfers on Monday, Aug. 6, to benefit children and adults impacted by developmental/intellectual disabilities.
The 2018 Clearbrook Challenge was hosted at the prestigious Exmoor Country Club in Highland Park. The day was filled with a round of golf, skill contest, live auction and a paddle raise. All proceeds from the outing will help support Clearbrook's programs and services for more than 8,000 children and adults impacted by developmental/intellectual disabilities.
Clearbrook is already looking forward to next year's golf outing!
A special thank you to our host committee and sponsors:
• Clearbrook Challenge committee: Peter Billmeyer, David Feder, Doug Hugdahl, Carl La Mell, Victor Sanmiguel and Jim Woldenberg.
Sponsors: Bespoke Commercial Real Estate; Assurance Financial Services; CyberSearch; Half Day Brewing Co.; Heathrow Scientific; Jones & Cleary Sheet Metal and Roofing; LCI Langhaumer Construction, Inc.; MDR Law; Midtown Athletic Club; Muller Honda; Pillar Financial; Stericycle; The Horton Group; USA Fire Protection; and Valic and William Blair.
For information about special events or the clients served by Clearbrook, contact Annie Palubicki at (847) 385-5005 or email@example.com.
Based in Northern Illinois, Clearbrook was founded in 1955 and has since evolved into a recognized leader in the field of intellectual/developmental disabilities.
Today, Clearbrook creates innovative opportunities for more than 8,000 children and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities including autism, Down syndrome, and cerebral palsy -- as well as their families.
Clearbrook provides personalized children's, adult day, employment, residential and clinical services at more than 50 locations throughout the Chicago area. In addition, Clearbrook is the largest provider of home-based services in the state of Illinois.
For information, visit www.clearbrook.org.
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