1st Annual MAD MAC Golf Tournament
FONTANA, CA.- On Friday, April 22, 2011, a collaboration of Award Winning Non-Profits and Foundations will pull all resources together to raise funds for the youth in the Inland Empire. Strategically planned through the MAD MAC FOUNDATION, a 501(c)3, major corporate funders, small local businesses and the community at large will have an opportunity sow into the lives of so many youth from all ethnicities by supporting the 1st Annual MAD MAC Golf Tournament at Sierra Lake Golf Course.
Assortment of activities are being planned at the 1st Annual MAD MAC Golf Tournament that gives participants a day of golf, dinner, casino and just a whole lot of fun. Yet, through all the festivities, numerous nonprofit organizations will receive funds that will have an impact on the youth in our communities.
The funds received are being generated by those that share in the same belief that our kids need resources and opportunities and it’s the nonprofit sector that can fulfill those needs with the services they provide directly in the inner trenches of the streets of the Inland Empire.
Those that know the need understand the lack of funding and believe that financial support is needed in order for those organizations to survive also know that at some level, they will contribute to 1st Annual MAD MAC Golf Tournament. Whether as a team of golfers, sponsorship, vendor or just a donation.. high participation will result in achieving the financial goals sought!
The 1st Annual MAD MAC Golf Tournament will feature several top athletes and various celebrities/artist who have joined forces with the MAD MAC Foundation to assure financial success is achieved. Confirmed players include: Host Lil Jordon, 13 year old 2010 Official Ambassador of USATF Junior Olympics Track and Field with special guest Desmond Bishop, Super Bowl Champ 2011 LB Green Bay Packers and the City of Fontana Mayor- Acquanetta Warren. Additional celebrities and artist are being confirmed and will be announced at a later. All confirmed celebrities/artist are coming on their own free will and MAD MAC Foundation is not responsible for any itinerary or schedule changes.
1st Annual MADMAC Golf Tournament Sierra Lake Golf Course
16600 Clubhouse Dr
Friday April 22,2011
To receive information for you or your company to sponsor, vendor, give a donation or play as team of golfers:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Contact: Adrienne Williams, phone (909) 964-9081.
ABOUT MAD MAC FOUNDATION is a 501(c)3, it was founded in April of 1996, with a vision to keep at risk youths away from gangs, drugs, and the many negative avenues presented to youth today. MAD MAC believes that the future lives on through the actions of our youth and we must educate our youth to be positive and productive members of society. We believe education starts at home, blossoms in schools, and flourishes in the community. While MAD MAC realizes that education is a key and essential part of youth success and subsequent career opportunities, we use a realistic approach to raising youth out of poverty, crime, and violence, by offering alternative options for high-risk youth. Our programs focus on learning through hands-on experience such as working with and learning from people in vocational industries such as music, entertainment, film, fashion, real estate, construction, and small businesses.
ABOUT AWARD WINNING YOUNG VISIONARIES: Young Visionaries Youth Leadership Academy is an award winning nonprofit organization proudly serving the youth of San Bernardino County since 2001. The organization’s purpose is to help enrich the lives of young people through life building activities and instruction in the areas of education, employment, health, mentoring, and community service. Since its founding, YVYLA has provided services and resources to over 10,000 community youth with training in a number of subjects; academic development, violence prevention, employment development, leadership and life skills development, and teen pregnancy prevention to name a few, in addition to delivering some of the area’s most memorable events for youth entertainment.
ABOUT LIL JORDON: Born Jordan Eugenio, Lil Jordan (12) is increasingly becoming Americas favorite Personality. The OFFICIAL 2010 AMBASSADOR of USATF JUNIOR OLYMPICS TRACK and FIELD and Ambassador of Junior Golf, Hip Hop , books and a cartoon show has been seen on FOX’s Best Damn Sports Show Period, Good Morning America, CNN, ESPN, Nickelodeon, Golf Week, The Golf Channel, and more – making him a regular on the Celebrity Golf circuit. Often compared to Tiger Woods, Lil Jordan adds music to his rising. An artist on the green, rapping came natural to Lil Jordan . Recognized by XXL Magazine (July 2007) and Asian Week (Cover February 2007), while snagging a Stammy Award for Best Male Artist under 18 and Sports Entertainment Award (2008). Lil Jordan ‘s hip hop reality began with his Father’s philanthropic dream. Johnny Eugenio (Father) wanted to create a song for his Brother Joshua with down syndrome. “Swing for the Dream,” was produced to educate other children about kids with disabilities. At the behest of his Father, Lil Jordan flowed to the track. In March 2006, Lil Jordan made his debut performance at football star Michael Irvin’s Celebrity Golf Tournament.
ABOUT DESMOND BISHOP:- Super Bowl Champ 2011 LB Green Bay Packers: Given name Desmond Lamont Bishop… Nicknamed ‘Dez’… Born in San Francisco, Calif. … Single… Father, Dennis, played football collegiately at Illinois and professionally in the USFL… High school: Attended Fairfield (Calif.) High School, earning second-team all-state honors from Calhisports.com… Played in the California North-South Shrine All-Star Game as a senior in 2002… Played FB and LB… Also lettered in basketball… Played against fellow Packers defender Jarrett Bush, as the two were from rival schools… Community involvement: Hosted the 3rd Annual Desmond Bishop Football Camp at his high school alma mater… as participated in the Brett Favre and Donald Driver Celebrity Softball Games, Al Harris’ Stars and Strikes Celebrity Bowling Event, and in the United Way’s NFL Hometown Huddle, making improvements to the facilities at Golden House, a local shelter… Attended dinner and signed autographs at the Boys and Girls Club of the Fox Valley… Also attended a Halloween party for at-risk kids of the local Pals Program and their mentors… Along with several Cal teammates, served food to the homeless… Hobbies/interests: Enjoys reading James Patterson and Lee Child, writing poetry, short stories, and is near completion on a movie script… Also enjoys playing Halo, Madden and watching movies… Residence: Vacaville, Calif.
Sixth-round pick in 2007 has become a core member of the Packers’ special teams, posting 49 tackles in 41 career games… Led the team with a career-high 22 tackles on special teams in 2009, and his 49 stops from 2007-09 were the most by a Packer over that span… Saw limited action on the inside as a backup at ‘Buck’ linebacker last season, but also got time as the fifth linebacker when the team employed its ‘Psycho’ package… Started to see more extensive action in 2008 as his duties expanded from strictly middle linebacker to include some work at the weak-side spot as well… Got one start at WLB in Week 14 vs. Houston and posted career highs with 12 tackles, including eight solo, and two forced fumbles, along with his first career sack… Led the Packers with three forced fumbles in 2008… After battling an Achilles injury during training camp in ’08, came on strong in the final two preseason games to keep his roster spot and stayed relatively healthy in his second season, unlike his first when he missed six games because of a shoulder injury… Began coming into his own late in his rookie year, making four special teams tackles in one game at St. Louis (Dec. 16, 2007)… Had a notable rookie preseason, leading the team with 18 tackles and starting once in the middle for Nick Barnett (coach’s decision)… Productivity was evident in college at Cal, leading the team in tackles both his seasons there… Also led the Pacific-10 Conference in 2006 with 126 tackles, the most tackles recorded by a Cal player since Jerrott Willard in 1993 and the first player to lead the conference in tackles since then… Most likely fell to the sixth round in the draft because of less-than-ideal speed for his position, but makes up for that with instincts and strength… Did 33 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press at the Combine… Started all 25 games he appeared in at Cal (after transferring from junior college), collecting 215 tackles (125 solo), 21 stops for loss, three sacks, three interceptions, four passes defensed, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries… Ninth player from Cal drafted by the Packers and second in three-year period, joining QB Aaron Rodgers (D1-05).
ABOUT MAYOR OF FONTANA, ACQUANETTA WARREN: Acquanetta Warren was appointed to the Fontana City Council on December 17, 2002 and elected in 2004. She served as a City Council Member through November 2010 when at that time she was elected as Mayor. Mayor Warren’s term will expire in 2014.
Prior to her appointment, Ms. Warren served as Co-Chairperson of the City of Fontana General Plan Advisory Committee and Chairperson of the Village of Heritage Development Landscape Committee. She also participated with the Fontana Public Works Department on the development of the landscape specifications and new program standards to lower costs and increase quality.
Ms. Warren is Deputy Director of Public Works-Operations in the Public Works Department in the City of Upland. She joined the City of Upland as a consultant in Housing Programs and later became a City employee in Fire, Building, Police, Code Enforcement, and Integrated Waste Management Departments. She is a member of the California Recreation Parks Society, Street Tree Seminar, Inc., Maintenance Services Association, and Municipal Assistants of Southern California. Previously she worked in banking as Vice President / Group Product Manager for Cash Management Services. Ms. Warren also worked for City of Los Angeles 8th District Councilman Robert Farrell focusing on the delivery of city services for youth and senior citizens.
Prior to her work in the City of Los Angeles, she worked for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office as a member of the District Attorneys Youth Advisory Board developing community outreach programs. She received her B.A. in Political Science/Urban Studies from Occidental College.