CLEVELAND, OH – Cleveland Indians Charities (CIC) in support of the Yoder Brothers Memorial Foundation announce “An Evening with Jack Nicklaus,” at Executive Caterers at Landerhaven on Wednesday, September 26. Aligned with CIC’s commitment to execute youth educational and recreational opportunities, the Yoder Brothers Memorial Foundation benefit will raise funds to provide financial support for special projects for the schools and classrooms, and for children’s recreational athletic programs in Geauga County.
While the Yoder Brothers Memorial Foundation’s philanthropy extends to school projects and kid’s recreational athletic programs, it particularly embraces the financial needs that contribute to the higher education of the young women and men of the community, which prepares them for a productive adult life and expands their life option opportunities
Guests will have the opportunity to dine and meet golf legend, JACK NICKLAUS and a number of Cleveland-area celebrities. Master of Ceremonies, BILL WILLS of WTAM 1100 AM will host the event. He and Jack Nicklaus will have a Q&A session for the entertainment of the dinner guests following dinner. There will be a Live and Silent Auction and a Raffle.
- Individual Ticket – $175
- Children under 12 –$ 75
- Table of Ten Tickets – $1,750*
- *Table of Ten Dinner Tickets including 2 VIP Guest Tickets
- VIP Reception Package – $2,500**
**Table of Ten Dinner Tickets including 4 VIP Guest Tickets
About the Yoder Brothers Memorial Foundation:
The Yoder Brothers, Joshua & Tyler, Memorial Scholarship Foundation grants four-year renewable college scholarships to senior student-athletes at Berkshire, Cardinal, and Newbury high schools in Geauga County. In addition, the Foundation also grants a two-year scholarship for study at a Technical or Trade school to a senior student-athlete. The Memorial Foundation also gives financial support for special projects for the schools and classrooms and for children’s recreational athletic programs.
Since its beginnings in 1997, the scholarship program has awarded seniors in three Geauga County schools – Berkshire, Cardinal and Newbury with more than $890,000 in academic scholarships. More than 67 worthy and grateful scholarship recipients have received their diplomas or certificates since the scholarship program was initiated in 1997. Today, the Yoder Foundation’s scholarship program is one of the largest scholarship providers in Northeast Ohio.
Out of respect for Mr. Nicklaus and appreciation for his support of the Yoder brothers Memorial Foundation, it is requested not to approach him for autographs, so he, like you, may enjoy this special evening. However, all dinner guests will have the opportunity to win Jack Nicklaus autographed memorabilia. More than $7,500 worth of Nicklaus autographed memorabilia will be given away.
Sponsorship opportunities along with individual dinner opportunities are available. Please see attachment for details. For Tickets and Sponsorship assistance call Jack Menosky at 440.543.2811 or fax at 440.543.4749 or email firstname.lastname@example.org; call Kara Yoder at 440.548.2776 or Leah Funk at 440.708.2359.