20th Anniversary “Tee Off: Keep Kids on Course” golf event

Join us for the Best Ball Scramble event ever at the California Country Club located in beautiful Whittier.  Sponsorship levels start at $1,200 for the bronze sponsor and it includes 2 players, tee signage, 1/4 page ad and sponsor recognition.  See the attached flyer for more details and other sponsorship opportunities.  Individual players are welcome as well.

The date is May 4, 2017 and starts with registration at 10am.  Lunch is 11:30am to 12:15pm and shotgun is at 12:30pm.  There is dinner and awards immediately following.

For questions regarding the golf event, please contact Rey Javier at (310) 420-4781 / rjavier@breacanon.com or Lorie Pickens at (310) 952-6416 / lpickens@watsonlandcompany.com.

You may also purchase your sponsorship on the website.  See the “donate” button on the right side.

2017 CCC Golf Flyer

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19th Annual “Keep Kids on Course” Golf Tournament

The Carson Coordinating Council cordially invites you to join us for our 19th annual Golf Benefit.  This golf tournament befits the Carson Child Guidance Program and is a wonderful way to spend a day.

The tournament is held at the beautiful California Country Club in Whittier.  The fee per player is $225 and includes green fee, cart, practice range, lunch, refreshments all day, good bag and dinner.

See the attached flyer for more details and buy your spot now!  Even better register a foursome, buy a golf tee and more.  This is a best ball scramble tournament.

To buy tickets online on this site, click the “Donate or Register for Tournament” button.  You can add your amount and in the notes field specify what you are registering for.  It is easy and helps support the kids who we help!

2016 Golf Flyer

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Carson Coordinating Council Chairmen Honored

On November 30th 2014 Dr. Gilbert “Gil” Smith was honored by the Carson Mayor, City Council and community members as A Founder, A Mayor and A Visionary of the city of Carson, CA.  It was a wonderful event full of many friends of Gil Smith.  Gil has done so much positive work for the city and was one of the founders of the city when it was created.

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18th Annual “Tee Off: Keep Kids On Course” Golf Tournament

The Carson Coordinating Council is proud to announce it’s 18th annual golf tournament “Tee Off: Keep Kids on Course!”  This golf tournament supports the Carson Child Guidance program and is a wonderful way to spend your day.

The attached flyer has more details so please click and learn more:

2015 Golf Flyer

The golf tournament is held at the beautiful and easily accessible California Country Club in Whittier.  A spot is only $200 and includes green fee, cart, practice range, lunch, refreshments all day, goodie bag and dinner.

There are also great sponsorship opportunities so please get involved.  You can buy your spot or sponsorship on this site as well by clicking on the “Donate or Register for Golf Tournament” button on the lower right side.

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17th Annual “Keep Kids On Course” Golf Tournament was a success

The 17th annual Carson Coordinating Council “Keep Kids on Course” golf tournament was a great success.  We had approximately 120 golfers come out and support the organization.  Photos will be forthcoming so stay tuned for more details.

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17th Annual Carson Coordinating Council Golf Tournament is coming soon

The 17th annual “Tee Off: Keep Kids On Course” golf tournament is coming up on May 8th.  Please see the attached flyer for more details and you can reserve your foursome online today. We hope to see you there!  Golf Tournament 2014 front

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Carson Coordinating Council

There is something quite magical about the evolution of the Carson Coordinating Council. As the City of Carson was finding its way to incorporation in the early-to-mid sixties, so too, was the Council. Human services were almost non-existent. Nothing was available for people of all ages who had needs related to physical and emotional health.

A handful of men and women, five in number, came together to address these most serious matters of concern. Under the umbrella of the Federation of Community Coordinating Councils of Los Angeles County, the Carson Coordinating Council was given both a mission and a purpose.

At that time, boys and girls in our community were manifesting a vast array of behavioral difficulties. Thus, in 1977, the Carson Child Guidance Program was born as an integrated social service delivery system. In 1993, the Carson Family Resource Center was established to further the goals of a coordinated system of care for children and families.

Today, the Carson Coordinating Council is a true testament to awakening hearts, practical remedies and multi-faceted response. We are proud of our friends’ and partners’ capacity to be of assistance. Caring is what links us together.

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