PHOTO GALLERY: Cleveland Indians Charities Celebrity Golf Classic
Cleveland Indians Charities held its annual Celebrity Golf Classic Thursday at Quail Hollow Country Club in Concord Township.
The event continues to be a top fundraiser for Cleveland Indians Charities’ outreach efforts. Golfers spent the day with Indians coaches, alumni and broadcasters, and nearly 50 celebrities will be on hand for this year’s classic.
Each fivesome of golfers was paired with a celebrity, a group that included current Tribe players Chris Gimenez and Dan Otero; manager Terry Francona and pitching coach Mickey Callaway; and alumni including Mike Hargrove, Carlos Baerga, Kenny Lofton, Rick Manning and more.
The day included great gifts, prizes, breakfast, lunch, cocktail dinner party, live and silent auctions, and more.
About Cleveland Indians Charities
Established in 1989, CIC partners with groups in Northeast Ohio to jointly create and execute youth education and health and fitness opportunities. These programs help young people learn to play the game of baseball, develop necessary life skills, learn responsibility, and develop confidence to face today’s hurdles.