ESD Institute Golf Outing Benefits Education Reform

SOUTHFIELD — Play golf, have fun, support the development of Michigan’s future work force.

Sound like a deal? That’s what you’ll get by participating in third annual golf outing of The Engineering Society of Detroit and its ESD Institute.

The outing will be held Monday, June 2 at the beautiful Oak Pointe Country Club in Brighton. Registration and lunch start at 11 a.m., with a shotgun start on 36 holes at 12:30 p.m. A reception with open bar and dinner end the day at 5 p.m.

Golfing spots and sponsorships are still available. So is the opportunity to donate golf gear, sports tickets and other valuables for the golf outing’s charity auction.

The cause is a great one — the ongoing, critically important initiatives of the ESD Institute. Currently, the institute is focused on an entirely new model of education reform that brings together ALL groups with a stake in the future of MIchigan’s workforce. The goal is achieving virtually universal literacy at a young age, building a foundation of confidence and success so students have many more options for career and college. Our not-so-modest goal is to make Michigan a global leader in education, so our children can stay here to live and work, and people will be waiting in line to move to Michigan.

Individual golf spots for the outing are $225; a foursome is $800. Individual senior tickets are available for $165. Sponsorships range from $250 for a hole sponsorship to $3,500 for a platinum sponsorship, which includes one foursome and a half-page ads in the ESD’s Technology Century magazine.

For more information, contact Linda LaPointe at or (248) 353-0735, ext. 111. Register online at this link.

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