Cedric Howard, the CEO of Making Memories Charity Foundation held his 9th Annual Golf For Alzheimer event on Monday, Juneteenth Day. With over 160 golfers on the course, and over 20 sponsors in attendance, the event was a resounding success.
“We’re very happy with the turnout, and the weather held up so the golfers could finish their rounds. We want to thank all our sponsors and volunteers for assisting us during this big event.” Howard stated.
With the likes of cancer survivor Billi Ewing singing the National Anthem, former NFL agent and current politician Ron Todd speaking before the event, and people such as Judge Gerald T. Parker and Mayor Jeffrey J. Mims competing it, was a star studded event.
Mayor Mims and his foursome were the overall winners of the event, and Mims would speak after receiving their championship trophies.
“Howard and his staff has done a great job of putting this together and I really like the cause of why he is doing this. You have to give Howard a great deal of respect for his drive with Making Memories.” Mims said.