Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan Announce the 16th annual Golf Classic

DETROIT—Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan (GSSEM) announced the 16th annual Golf Classic Fore! the Girls will be held Monday, August 15, 2016. GSSEM is hosting the outing at Elks Club #222 in Grand Blanc, Michigan.

“Your day of golf positively impacts 24,000 girls and 7,500 adult volunteers right here in Southeastern Michigan,” said Gerald McCarty II, chairman of the GSSEM Golf Committee. McCarty, who is Vice President for Student Services at Baker College of Flint continued, “Being the father of five daughters who were Girl Scouts, I saw firsthand the tremendously positive experience my daughters had with the leader and members of their troop.”

The outing will feature lunch, an 18-hole scramble, silent auction and dinner banquet. Prizes and awards for longest drive, closest to the pin and more will also be presented at the banquet.

“The FORE! the Girls Golf Classic is a great way to support the mission of the Girl Scouts, and at the same time play on a course that once hosted the Buick Open and the AJGA Buick Open,” said Karen Murphy, Chief Development Officer of GSSEM.

Foursomes are available at $450.00 per team, and individual registrations are $120.00. All registrations include carts and green fees. Check in begins at 11:00 am, with a shotgun start at 12:30 pm. GSSEM also invites guests to join us for the dinner banquet following the golf outing, featuring Chef John Vanner’s very own prime rib au jus! Dinner costs $35.00 for an individual ticket or $65.00 for a pair. To register or for more information visit or contact GSSEM’s Golf Classic Department at 313-870-2562.

About Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan
Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan (GSSEM) is the local council chartered by Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) to facilitate the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE), designed to help girls develop leadership skills through three key elements—Discover, Connect and Take Action. Each element has a set of five outcomes including girls develop a strong sense of self (Discover); girls develop healthy relationships (Connect); and girls can identify community needs (Take Action).
GSSEM serves girls and adult volunteers in Oakland, Macomb, Genesee, Lapeer, St. Clair, Sanilac, and parts of Wayne, and Monroe Counties. GSSEM provides a girl-led, girl-centered, fun-filled quality leadership experience.