Music In Schools Today (MUST) announces that the 4th Annual Music In Schools Today Golf Tournament will take place on Monday, April 5, 2010 at Sequoyah Country Club in the Oakland Hills in Oakland, Calif. Tré Cool will host the event. The event is a fundraiser for the Music Integrated Learning Environment program in the Oakland Unified School District.
These funds will provide music programs for 240 students in three Oakland public elementary schools—Bella Vista, Brookfield and Burckhalter—plus professional development for more than 60 OUSD classroom teachers, allowing them to integrate music into the language arts, science and social studies curriculums for thousands of students.
The tournament will feature Mistress of Ceremonies Renee Richardson from San Francisco Bay Area radio station KFOG as well as other Bay Area personalities from the entertainment world.
This “scramble-style” tournament includes a poolside BBQ lunch, incredible on-course events, beverages and prizes, live and silent auctions, musical entertainment and a delectable buffet dinner.
Past golfers have included Tré Cool, Mike Dirnt, Butch Vig, Eoin Harrington, Bobby Hutcherson, Lawrence Karnow, NOFX, Tom Luce, Lon McEachern, Vinnie from Radio Alice and many others.
Founded in 1913, Sequoyah Country Club is nestled among Monterey pines and redwoods in the hills of Oakland, California. Located outside the chilling fog band that comes off the San Francisco Bay, Sequoyah has earned the title among golfers as the best-kept secret in the Bay Area. The exquisite Spanish style clubhouse, convivial staff and loyal and friendly membership all accessible within minutes from most areas of the greater East Bay.
The entry fee is $200 per golfer or $720 per foursome. Tournament registration will begin at 10:30 a.m. with a Shotgun Start at 12:00 p.m.
For registration, contact Laura Reynolds of MUST at [email protected] or 415/392-9010.