10th Annual SGM Samuel A. Gilliam Memorial Golf Tournament
BOOKS FOR CLASSROOM LIBRARIES (Literacy Project)
For children from lower income families who could not get into the publicly funded program in Chesterfield County.
Saturday, September 10, 2022
Lake Chesdin Golf Club
**Registration starts at 7:30 am , Outdoor Pavilion.
EVERYONE'S A WINNER!!!
CAN’T PLAY? PLEASE DONATE!
Married to the eldest daughter of Martha Mason Hill, Sam shared Mrs. Hill's Christian values and strong belief that education is the key to success. He was a devoted family man, an active community volunteer, and an exceptional role model and mentor to an untold number of young people over the years. He was a decorated veteran, serving his country in war (Korea and Vietnam) and peace for 30 years, attaining the highest enlisted rank of Sergeant Major in the Army. He was also a talented vocalist and sang at MMHMF Annual Awards Programs and faithfully with his church choir. He was a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, the Aberdeen Proving Ground Federal Credit Union Board of Directors, the V.F.W., the Lions Club and the Masonic Lodge.
He is remembered for his sense of humor, warm and caring disposition, and his contagious smile. The Foundation hopes to continue his legacy and spirit of caring about and serving others.
The SGM Samuel A. Gilliam Memorial Golf Tournament is the Martha Mason Hill Memorial Foundation's annual major fundraiser for the scholarships and outreach programs we sponsor!
This is a One-Day 18 Hole Tournament, with 100% of the proceeds to benefit the Martha Mason Hill Memorial Foundation.
It will be a Four-Person Team Scramble (CAPTAIN’S CHOICE) Medal Play.
REGISTATION AND FEES
Registration: Begins at 7:30 a.m.
Team of 4 ......... $400 (with CC $412)
Team of 4 ......... $380 (with CC $391.40)
Trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place Teams
Closest to the Pin
Closest to the Line
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Prefer to register by Mail?
Not a Golfer?
Please join us anyway, and please consider making a donation!
The Martha Mason Hill Memorial Foundation carries on the legacy and spirit of the late Martha Mason Hill by providing academic scholarships to underrepresented minority students in Chesterfield County, Virginia.
The Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) organization that also sponsors and conducts a variety of community outreach programs encouraging students to aspire to a college education.