The South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families will celebrate the importance of fatherhood at its 10 year anniversary event, Decade of Dads. The event will take place on Thursday, August 2, 2012 at The Zone at Williams Brice Stadium. A silent auction will begin at 11:30 am followed by a tailgate lunch buffet and program at noon. Please visit www.scfathersandfamilies for a complete list of silent auction items.
Program highlights include remarks from USC head basketball coach, Frank Martin and a keynote address by former NFL coach, Sam Wyche. Coach Wyche was head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals from 1984-1991 where he coached former USC star and NFL great, Harold Green. He is credited with the “no huddle” offense. Individual tickets are $50 per person and can be purchased online at www.scfathersandfamilies.com/news/ or by calling 803-227-8800 ext. 203. For more information regarding sponsorships and reserved tables, call Rachel Barnett at 803-227-8800 ext 207.
About the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families:
The SC Center for Fathers and Families and its local fatherhood programs are among the Southeast's most experienced and effective organizations creating an environment to foster stronger, more stable and successful families by supporting engaged, responsible fathers. Working together the Center and six well-established, local fatherhood programs ensure fathercentered, community-based quality services delivered in a respectful, non judgmental environment. In addition, the Center helps secure on-going financial support, statewide partnerships and serves as a resource for practitioners and a voice for fathers.
At A Glance:
Who: South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families
What: 10 year anniversary event, Decade of Dads
When: Thursday, August 2 11:30 am
Where: The Zone at Williams-Brice Stadium, University of South Carolina
Guest speakers: Coach Sam Wyche and Coach Frank Martin
Please visit www.scfathersandfamilies.com for a list of silent auction items.
For tickets: www.scfathersandfamilies.com/news/ or phone 803-227-8800 ext. 203