Join us on Monday, October 2, at the Cataraqui Golf & Country Club
You won’t want to miss the third Annual Grayson Cup in support of children and youth with physical disabilities. Through the generosity and dedication of our event sponsors, the day promises to be a spectacular one!
Framed by natural grasses, trees, and Lake Ontario, participants will enjoy playing a round of golf on this stunning private course. Designed to excite every level of golfer, Cataraqui Golf & Country Club offers its guests the finest golfing experience. Colleagues and friends will enjoy a full day of golf that will include lunch, dinner, fun contests, prizes, product samples, a silent auction, and more!
Funds raised through this event will go toward Easter Seals Ontario programs and services that benefit children and youth with physical disabilities in our community and across the province. At Easter Seals, we believe that every child has the potential to grow into the best version of themselves, they just need the right equipment, support systems, and opportunities to do so. By participating in this event, you will be helping to provide the pivotal support that kids with physical disabilities need to break through barriers and reach their full potential in life.
This year we are excited to have Todd Keirstead, PGA Professional Celebrity Golf Entertainer, and the Founder of ParaGolf, attending the event! Get ready, Todd will bring a whole new level of excitement, some fun trick shots and other elements out on the green. Learn more about Todd.
Join us for a fun day!
Register and pay $250 per person or $1,000 for a foursome.
|11 a.m. to 12:50 p.m.||Registration and lunch|
|1 p.m.||Shotgun start|
|6 p.m.||Dinner, prizes, silent auction|
This year the event is being held at the private, prestigious Cataraqui Golf & Country Club, rated in the top 100 Golf Clubs.
32 Country Club Drive
Kingston, On K7L 4V6
Make a Difference for Kids Like Grayson
A note from Grayson’s mom, Linda:
You may recognize me as a Community Engagement Officer with Easter Seals Ontario, but I am also a proud Easter Seals mom. If you don’t already know, Grayson is my incredibly brave and adventurous little boy.
Grayson was diagnosed with Angelman syndrome at just 18 months old. This condition can cause delayed development, problems with speech and balance, and sometimes, seizures. When Grayson was first diagnosed, they told me that he would never walk. But with a lot of work, I am proud to tell you that Grayson is able to take a good 15-20 steps independently! There are so many things they told me he would never be able to do, and he has surpassed so many of them. His strength and determination inspire me daily.
While we are smiling today, I can tell you that we have not gotten here on our own. It was all the love and support we received from our community and Easter Seals that allowed my family and I to accept, understand, and realize we are not alone.
As you can imagine, this event is very near and dear to my heart. It is not only an opportunity to celebrate my son Grayson, but to raise awareness and support for other families like mine. Together, we can help more kids like Grayson get the resources they need to surpass expectations and lead the best lives they can.
Sponsor Spotlight: Sethi International
Sethi International is a trucking company, established in 2010 with its headquarters in Mississauga ON. We specialize in moving crucial, expedited freight. We have gained a reputation among our many customers as being the carrier that can get the job done when no one else can.
The greatest and most common compliment we can get from our customers is, “I sleep at night knowing that Sethi is on the job.” We have assembled a great team here at Sethi International. We have based our company development on family values and hard work to a common end. All of our employees know that their ideas and suggestions are not only welcome but expected!
We take great pride in our commitment to supporting communities and charities across Ontario. We strongly believe that there must be a balance between business and community in order for both to be successful.
“If we help to nurture the communities we do business with, those communities will, in turn, nurture us”.– Ron sethi