SAIS 17th annual charity golf day

March 2015 News

The South African Institute of Security (SAIS) is hosting its 17th Annual Charity Golf Day at the Blue Valley Golf and Country Estate in Midrand (where the Gary Player-designed course is to international championship standards) on the 8th May 2015.

The format will be a 4-ball alliance, with two scores to count, and the cost per four-ball is R4500, which includes playing fees and golf cart, golf shirt and cap, halfway-house costs, prizegiving dinner and cabaret.

If you are not a golfer, then you are welcome to attend the evening function and prizegiving. The cost to attend the evening function is R200 per person and includes dinner and entertainment.

SAIS is currently looking for sponsors for this event. In the past, it has had one major sponsor, but this year is seeking several sponsors for the various items, such as shirts, caps, prizes, the dinner and/or drinks, halfway house, etc.

The charity for 2015 will once again be ‘Children of Fire’, a most deserving charity. For further details, visit the website on www.firechildren.org

For more information, contact Reggie or Rosemary at 086 111 1418, sais@tiscali.co.za, www.instituteofsecurity.co.za





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