King Par’s Whaley benefit held at Warwick Hills




Janina Jacobs sings the National Anthem to kick off the 2012 King Par Classic.

Janina Jacobs sings the National Anthem to kick off the 2012 King Par Classic.

GRAND BLANC — King Par Superstore hosted its 2nd Annual King Par Golf Classic on June 25, at Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club.

This annual event helps replace vital funds once raised annually for Whaley Children’s Center during the Buick Open. Funds raised by the King Par Classic help to advance the mission of the 86 year old children’s non-profit organization whose mission is to transform the lives of profoundly abused and neglected children.

“The King Par Classic offers a golf tournament like no other in Genesee County,” said Katrina Khoun, Director of Development at Whaley Children’s Center.

“Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club is an exquisite course and venue for this leading golf outing and fundraiser for our children at Whaley. Golf experts from King Par coordinate all aspects of the Classic ensuring its success. We are incredibly thankful and excited for this event,” said Khouri.

Whaley Children’s Center is an independent, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1926 that provides residential child care services to children 5 – 17 years old who have suffered chronic and profound abuse and neglect.

The services provided to children and families include residential treatment, group homes, and family counseling and aftercare service.

Details: Visit www.whaleychildren.org.


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