Thu, Jun 24 | Skyway Golf Course at Lincoln Park West

Moey, Inc. / Garden State Rainbow Sports Charity Par 3 Golf Outing

Whether you're a pro, beginner or anywhere in between come show your pride on the Golf Links at Skyway Golf Course in Jersey City at the Inaugural Sport/Fundraiser to support LGBTQ+ Student Athletes. Use Code GSRSPAR3 to receive a $5 off player registration fee throughout the month of April.
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Moey, Inc. / Garden State Rainbow Sports Charity Par 3 Golf Outing

Time & Location

Jun 24, 4:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Skyway Golf Course at Lincoln Park West, 515 Duncan Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07306, USA

About the Event

The Charity Par 3 Outing will support The Garden State Rainbow Sports Scholarship for Excellence, recognizes and honors the outstanding accomplishments of LGBTQ+ athletes who excel both on and off the field or court. The recipient of the Scholarships for Excellence Scholarship must show extraordinary abelites in their chosen sport, and has exhibited strong leadership skills in the classroom and within their communities, and Grade Point Average of 3.0 in thier senior year.

You participation will help grow the fund to assist our LGBTQ+ scholar athletes as they embark on new adventures in their academic career. Our vision is to create opportuniteis throughout the State of New Jersey that will promote and advocate for an ever more inclusive sports culture, welcomeing to all who wish to paricipate. 

We are please to annouce that Molly Lenore, President and co-founder of Moey, Inc, as an event sponsor of the First Charity Par 3 Golf Outing for Garden State Rainbow Sports. Moey Inc., is devoted to the development of technology-driven environments and exhibitory found at the intersection of art, science, technology, design and education. Molly specializes in conceptual design and creation of media installations and interactive public spaces. Her work, which is both artistic and educational, strives to make content engaging, comprehensible and immersive. She has developed and designed work for public spaces, museums, art galleries and fellow artists. She also has experience working in the world of interactive television, film and games. Much of her recent work explores and experiments with the expected parameters of large-scale crowd interaction.

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