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Join our Foundation on Monday, December 10, 2018 at the Medalist Golf Club for the Sixth Annual Hospice Signature Golf Classic. Founded in 1995 by Greg Norman and Peter Dye, the Medalist Golf Club is an exclusive private course offering an exceptional golfing experience – enhanced by its natural surroundings – the course pays homage to the golf purest while maintaining the upmost respect for the game. Tiger Woods and Rickie Fowler are among its 22 PGA and LPGA Tour members. NFL legend Dan Marino and NBA super star Michael Jordon are also members!
10:00 am: Registration, buffet luncheon, warm up
12:00 pm: Shotgun start
6:00 pm: Awards Celebration and cocktail reception
What does the tournament raise funds for?
Funds raised through the 2018 Hospice Signature Golf Classic support the programs and services of Trustbridge. They are dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in our community by supporting services that go above and beyond what Medicaid, Medicare, or private insurance provide under the normal hospice benefit.
Car Registration – 8 am
Show – 10 am – 4 pm
Museum Open – 9 am – 2 pm
Awards – 3:30 pm
The hottest cars and trucks in Florida will be on display for a day of family fun. Spectators will be amazed by the vast selection of restored classics and new luxury cars, which compete for awards in the judged show.
Fans can enjoy the free rock and roll show outside featuring live music. Participants will have a special invitation to visit the private Cars of Dreams Museum, housing one of the world’s greatest car collections. John Staluppi’s Cars of Dreams Museum is a private collection of classic vehicles located in Palm Beach County, Florida. The museum’s new Coney Island theme features much of the memorabilia that is reminiscent of the iconic amusement park. The design features bumper cars, a beachfront boardwalk with a Carvel ice-cream store, Nathan’s restaurant, hand-painted murals of the Parachute Jump, and the world famous Cyclone rollercoaster. The day also features raffles, a 50/50 drawing, food and beverages.
Car registration is $20 pre-show and $25 day of show. Car registration includes two tickets to the museum and event tee shirt for the first 200 cars registered (tee shirts are only available to those registering a car but will be available for purchase at the show). Museum entry for spectators is $10 per person and is available for purchase during the event. All proceeds from the South East Rods and Customs Cars of Dreams Car Show benefit the patient care programs of Trustbridge.
REGISTRATION WILL OPEN SOON
Compassion will take flight at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (FXE) at 8 a.m. on Saturday, April 13, 2019, during the Uptown 5K on the Runway. The Executive Airport is partnering with Trustbridge Hospice Foundation to host a 5K on the airport’s runway, and for the first time in FXE’s history, people, not planes, will take off from the runway during this inaugural run/walk event!
Trustbridge and FXE invite community members of all ages and abilities to be part of this one-of-a-kind experience – no boarding pass or luggage fees required.
Visit the Uptown 5K Urban Village
After taking in the sights and sounds on FXE’s runway, participants will disembark into the Uptown 5K Urban Village for post-race fun and festivities. The Village will feature live entertainment, a kids zone, food stations, team tent celebrations, and much more.
About the Uptown 5K on the Runway
Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport is partnering with Trustbridge Hospice Foundation to host the Uptown 5K on the Runway to help fulfill the airport’s mission of attracting businesses to the area, helping tenants prosper, and benefiting the community. The 5K event supports FXE’s dedication to its neighbors, tenants, and employees by raising awareness for Trustbridge’s commitment to providing extraordinary care for everyone in our community, including those without insurance coverage or the ability to pay.
All proceeds from the event benefit the Trustbridge Hospice Foundation to help fund programs and services Trustbridge offers, including comfort care, charitable care, music therapy, pet therapy, adult and children’s bereavement services, and children’s camps.