“Putt Out Child Abuse” With a Tiki PAR-TEE at Hyland Hills Adventure Golf and Raceway

The Young Philanthropist Project of Adams & Broomfield Counties invites the community to help “Putt Out Child Abuse” at its Second Annual Tiki PAR-TEE on Friday, August 26, 2011 from 5:30 – 11:00 PM at Hyland Hills Adventure Golf located at 92nd and Sheridan in Westminster . All inclusive tickets are just $15 per person or $50 for a family of four when purchased by August 19, 2011 and include unlimited miniature golf, unlimited go-karts, unlimited bumper cars, hamburgers, hot dogs, soda, fun goody bags, music, face painting, and much more. One-hundred percent of proceeds raised at the event will benefit CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Adams & Broomfield Counties.

“The Putt Out Child Abuse Tiki PAR-TEE provides community members with an inexpensive opportunity to gather the family for a fun night out while helping to make a difference in the community,” said Bill Christopher, CASA Board of Directors Chair. “A Hyland Hills Unlimited Pass normally runs $29.95 per person, but you can enjoy an evening of unlimited fun that also includes dinner, music, a goodie bag and so much more for one low price when you take advantage of this great deal. Plus, all funds raised will aid CASA of Adams & Broomfield Counties in its fight against child abuse.”

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.casa17th.org or call 303.655.3924.

This event is made possible through the generous support of “Putt Out Child Abuse” Champion Sponsors: Hyland Hills Adventure Golf and Raceway; Dodge Sign Company; and Blue Sky Disc Jockey Service.

The Young Philanthropist Project (YPP) is a group of philanthropists in their 20s, 30s and early 40s that work to reach out to the community in support of CASA of Adams and Broomfield Counties . To learn more about the YPP call Lisandra Gonzales at 303.655.3927 or visit www.casa17th.org/ypp.

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Adams and Broomfield Counties is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that trains, supports and supervises community volunteers who advocate for the best interests of innocent child victims of abuse and neglect. Each year, in Adams and Broomfield Counties, there are over 1,300 children who have been physically, sexually or emotionally abused or neglected, and who are in desperate need of a caring, committed CASA Volunteer to speak up for their best interests. In Adams and Broomfield Counties , there are over 250 CASA volunteers, and we are in need of more great community members to become advocates for children. CASA conducts volunteer training classes three times a year. The next class begins in October 2011. For more information about CASA, call 303.654.3378 or visit www.casa17th.org.