Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward County’s Swing for Kids’ Raises $80K

Presented by Boca Bullion, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward County’s Swing for Kids’ Sake hosted by Weston Hills Country Club attracted 130 golfers and raised a record-breaking $80,000 in support of the organization.

“We’re so thankful to our fabulous co-chairs Shawn Wooden and Ki-Jana Carter and an amazing volunteer committee,” said Ana Cedeño, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward County.  “They really did a great job working alongside staff to pull off a tremendous golf event.”

Swing for Kids’ Sake top winners were:

took first place in the men’s category, and. Other top golfers were:

  • First Place Men’s – Team SERVEPRO, comprised of Terry Hossack, Jay Lindquist, Ron LaFLoy, Karl Robinson
  • First Place Women’s – Team J. Feindt, made up of JoAnn Feindt, Molly O’Neil, Kris Boogren, Diane Lang
  • Men’s Closest to the Hole – Jay Graff
  • Women’s Closest to the Hole – Susan Lincoln
  • Women’s Longest Drive – Diane Lang
  • Men’s Longest Drive – Manny Celdran

Serving alongside co-chairs Shawn Wooden and Ki-Jana Carter were committee members Frank Byrne, John Corrado, Andy Eccher, David Greenberger, Andrew Majka and Chad Van Horn.

In addition to Boca Bullion, sponsors included Bahia Mar, Bass Underwriters, Casa Calabria, Celebrity Cruises, Cleveland Clinic, JM Family Enterprises, Metro Cruises, Mutual of America, Publix, Perry Ellis, Royal Caribbean International, SCG & Associates, Sapoznik, Sawgrass Infinity, Southeast Toyota, Stephens Distributing , Van Horn Law Group, Wells Fargo and Wooden Wealth Strategies

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward County provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.  The organization partners with parents, guardians, volunteers and others in the community and holds itself accountable for each child in its program achieving: higher aspirations, greater confidence, better relationships, educational success and avoidance of risky behaviors.