Nov 22, 2020 Sports
Kaieteur News – On December 6, Golfers will unite for Charity as the Guyana Golf Association (GGA) and Nexgen Golf Academy host its annual event for the Enmore Orphanage with a CURRY-Q, that features a break from the traditional meal offered by fundraisers.
The CURRY-Q will have four types of curries- Mutton, Chicken, Duck and Vegetable, prepared by some of the best cooks that will be served hot from the pot with rice, dhall puri, dhall, salad, a Banks beverage, and lots of optional pepper sauce.
As a bonus, Coaches Avinash Persaud and Dr. Joaan Deo will be on hand to give supporters a chance to play or learn the game at the Academy for half hour with a chance to win prizes, at no additional cost.
Since 2001, the Enmore Orphanage has been home to more than 100 kids over the years ranging in ages from 3-20 years old, and has been working to provide them with a stable environment.
Director of the organization, Kenneth Finlayson, said that for many years the Orphanage has been working towards building a new facility but work has been stalled due to lack of funding. “As always, we are grateful to Mr. Hussain and his golfing supporters for their efforts and support over the years to make this time of the year special for our children.”
The Orphanage hopes that other organizations and sports entities will follow the lead of the Guyana Golf Association and help them accomplish the dream of completing the building of a better home and life for their kids.
Many major companies such as Grand Coastal Hotel, Hits & Jams 98.1 Real FM, Toolsie Persaud, Assuria General, New Trend Auto, AR Printery, Banks DiH, Crown Mining, the Shafura Hussain Foundation, and Panko Steel have already thrown their support behind the activity that combines a worthy cause with a day of fun for families in a socially distanced environment.
Kerwin Bollers from HJ Entertainment said that he and his company has always been ready to partner with Hussain, “Aleem and I have done many events together, from boxing to Golf and most recently, the fabulous Soca & Wine Festivals, which was the largest non sport activity in recent history.”
Many of the top golfers from the Lusignan Golf Club, including President Pur Persaud, Munaf Arjune, Romel Bhagwandin, Robin Tiwari, Carlos Adams, Chet Bowling, and Ramesh Dookhoo are amongst the many players who will be on hand to demonstrate their skills and try to win prizes.
President of the GGA Aleem Hussain said, “There is no better feeling than giving to those who are unable to experience what most people accept as normal and that is why I’m happy to see both golfers and non-golfers coming together on December 6th to help raise funds to give these children a wonderful Christmas party.”
General Manager of Assuria General, Yogendra Arjune, explained that his company sees this as a great opportunity to give back to the less fortunate and he was happy to be a part of the activities. “I am a new golfer and our company supports many charitable efforts so placing our support behind this was a no-brainer for me.”
Tickets for the event are available at the Golf Academy, Scouts Association of Guyana ground, Assuria General offices located at Giftland, Church Street, Diamond, and Vreed-en-hoop or by calling 645-0944 to reserve.
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