SOUTHFIELD — The Engineering Society of Detroit and its ESD Institute will sponsor its Third Annual Golf Outing Monday, June 2 at Oak Pointe Country Club in Brighton.
Registration, networking and a luncheon begin at 11 a.m. with a shotgun start for a four-person scramble at 12:30 p.m. A reception and open bar followed by dinner end the day at 5 p.m.
A limited number of spots are still available for this event. Individual golfers may register for $225 (senior rate $165). It’s $800 for a foursome, and $75 for dinner only.
To register, visit http://ww2.esd.org/EVENTS/2014/2014-06-02-Golf.htm or call (248) 353-0735 ext. 111. Sponsorships are also still available. For information, visit the same website.
ESD is all about the future of Michigan’s science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) professionals. So is this outing. All of the golf proceeds go to the benefit of the David A. Skiven Leadership Fund to support the ESD Institute’s efforts to filling the STEM pipeline with employable workers.
The event’s sponsors include diamond sponsor DTE Energy; platinum sponsors Aristeo, Barton Malow, Commercial Contracting Corp., Durr, Ghafari MPW Facility Management and UBS; and silver sponsors Black & Veatch, Brightwing, Conti Electric, David Allan & Co., Denso, Farbman Group, Ideal Contracting, Kitch Attorneys & Counselors, Link Engineering, Marie J. Webb Fruitland LLC, Next Generation Services Group, the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 324, and the United Auto Workers. Hole sponsors include ACS, Airfoil Public Relations, Solaris Power Services, Barton Malow, Black & Veatch, Conti, Tom Blakeslee, GM Global Facilities in memory of Dave Skiven, Eliana and Benjamin Skiven, Karen Skiven, Midwest Steel, MPW Facility Services, Testing Engineers & Consultants and Varnum.