The School of Medicine Student Senate will host a golf tournament to benefit Birmingham AIDS Outreach on Saturday, May 10, at 8 a.m. at the Highlands Golf Course in Birmingham.
The tournament is a best ball, scramble format with 100 spots available. Individual tickets are $100 and medical student individual tickets are $70; a team of four can register for $350.
Birmingham AIDS Outreach is a nonprofit organization that provides free, life-sustaining services to individuals living with HIV and AIDS as well as free testing, prevention services and education outreach.
“Birmingham AIDS Outreach does a great job reaching out to help people in the community, and its mission is a great link between medicine and serving those in our community who need help,” says Cory Smith, president of the second-year class.
An after event at Avondale Brewery will follow the tournament at noon. Lunch—a pork sandwich, side and drink—will be provided by Full Moon Barbecue. Meal-tickets are $10 and can also be purchased online. The after event is open to everyone, not just those participating in the golf tournament.
Contact medical students Chad Colon or Elijah Stiefel for more information.
April 17, 2014