The 18th Annual Chill Golf Tournament at Vermont National Country Club will take place on Monday, August 26th 2019!
The day will feature a double shotgun start, food, drinks, games, prizes, and a whole lot of fun!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
6:15 AM - Registration begins for the morning crew
7:00 AM - Morning golfers to their carts for the announcement of the rules
7:15 AM - Morning golfers tee-off!
11:00 AM - Registration begins for the afternoon crew and BBQ lunch begins for the afternoon crew
11:30 AM to 1:30 PM - 19th Hole Lunch Reception
12:45 PM - Afternoon golfers to their carts for the announcement of the rules
1:00 PM - Afternoon golfers tee-off!
1:30 PM - Awards ceremony for the morning golfers
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM - 19th Hole Dinner Reception
7:00 PM - Awards Ceremony for afternoon golfers
CHILL WAS FOUNDED IN 1995 BY JAKE AND DONNA CARPENTER,
FOUNDERS OF BURTON SNOWBOARDS.
Chill has served more than 25,000 young people since the program began, working with approximately 1,900 youth annually. They work with social service agencies, mental health
agencies, foster care programs, juvenile justice programs, and schools in local communities to select youth participants. Everything is provided to the youth at no cost.
They focus on the resiliency of their participants to help them reach their full potential and see that there is a path out of their current circumstances.
Their current situation doesn't have to define them or determine their path in life; Chill helps them to realize alternatives beyond the struggles they face.
Since inception, Chill has grown to 15 cities across North America, and several international affiliate programs in Italy, Austria, Australia, Japan, and the Czech Republic. They run
programs at 15 sites: Baltimore, Boston, Burlington, Chicago, D.C., Denver, Detroit, Salt Lake City, New York City, Los Angeles, Portland, Reno, Seattle, Vancouver, and Toronto.
The Chill program embodies the latest Positive Youth Development (PYD) best practices to ensure participating youth build resiliency through targeted lessons and challenging physical activities.