Science Center Hosts ‘Better Ball’ Tournament

Carolyn Broadhead, Kellie Stenzel, Rebecca Seelig, Catherine Broadhead

Carolyn Broadhead, Kellie Stenzel, Rebecca Seelig and Catherine Broadhead

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.Heath Randolph and Val Perez served as co-chairs of the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium’s third- annual Golf Classic.

The “better ball” tournament, held at Mayacoo Lakes Country Club, was hosted by the science center’s Young Professional Organization.

Val Perez, Ed Tancer

Val Perez and Ed Tancer

Golf Classic committee members included Carolyn Broadhead, Scott Butler, Lew Crampton, Russ Evans, Matthew Ferguson, Rob Ford, Jeremy Johnson, Max Macon, Mack Perry, Grier Pressly, Kevin Probel, Cater Randolph, Brian Ray, Judd Rowe, Rebecca Seelig, and Jeff Smith.

Major sponsors included Fifth Third Bank, Garden of Life, CBiz, and First Republic Bank.

“It is through fundraising efforts, such as the Golf Classic, that the Science Center can continue to host impactful exhibits, such as ‘Afterlife,’ which is currently on display,” said Marcy Hoffman, director of institutional advancement for the Center.

About 70 golfers attended the Oct. 27, 2014, event.

Graham Davidson, Grier Pressly, Heath Randolph, Cater Randolph

Graham Davidson, Grier Pressly, Heath Randolph and Cater Randolph

The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium was recently named the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches’ nonprofit of the year. It features more than 50 hands-on educational exhibits, an 8,000-gallon fresh- and salt-water aquarium, a digital planetarium, conservation research station, Florida exhibit hall and interactive Everglades exhibit.

“Afterlife: Tombs & Treasures of Ancient Egypt” is the center’s newest traveling exhibit, featuring more than 200 ancient and authentic artifacts.

For more information, call (561) 832-1988 or visit www.sfsciencecenter.org.

Photos by the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium.

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