The Town-Crier, the International Polo Club Palm Beach and the Palms West Planning Committee will host a very special event happening at the International Polo Club on Saturday, Nov. 14, at 4 p.m. to benefit the Young Singers of the Palm Beaches.
The inaugural Golf Ball Drop will be an exciting event, and the public is invited to join in the fun. A limited amount of numbered golf balls are being sold at a cost of $20 each, and the balls will be flown in a helicopter over the main field of the International Polo Club on Nov. 14, where they will be dropped onto the field. The golf ball that lands in the cup, or comes closest to the pin, will win a cash prize of up to $5,000, depending upon the proceeds from the golf ball sales.
You can come out and root for your numbered ball to hit the mark. You can also join in the fun by participating in a Polo Putting Contest. Win a prize by trying to sink a ball with a polo mallet. The day will include light bites and soft drinks presented by Aaron’s Catering, the official caterers of IPC. Members of the Young Singers will be on hand to preview songs from their upcoming December concert at the Kravis Center.
The Young Singers of the Palm Beaches is Palm Beach County’s premier children’s choir, based at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach. Numerous children from the western communities are members or alumni of this 13-year-old nonprofit organization.
The Young singers currently has 340 children in its primary program, from second to 12th grade. The group works with more than 750 additional children on choral music training after school in a partnership with Prime Time Palm Beach County. The nonprofit also recently started “Choir in the Glades,” a free after school community choir in Belle Glade for children in third through sixth grades. Learn more at www.yspb.org.
Reserve your golf balls today online at www.yspb.org/golf-ball-drop-fundraiser and help support the Young Singers of the Palm Beaches.