Posted: 3/7/2016

H-E-B Community Field Day Set for March 20th!

 

Join H-E-B and The First Tee of Greater Austin on Sunday, March 20th for a fun, interactive Field Day celebrating national nutrition month and healthy living! Admission is free to this family-friendly event at the Harvey Penick Golf Campus that will feature activities and products provided by the vendors listed below.Be sure to dress to be active. Make it through all the stations and receive a Healthy Habits and get a photo with a special guest at our photo booth! Be sure to pick up a "scorecard" when you arrive. RSVP in advance here to expedite your check-in process!

Thank you to our Vendors!

See each of their activities below and click on their respective icons to visit their company website 

      

      

     

       

       

    

Event Location 

The event will take place at the Harvey Penick Golf Campus - located in East Austin at 5501 Ed Bluestein Blvd, Austin TX 78723.

Schedule 

9:30 am: Vendor set-up 

11:00 am: Event kicks off

11:30 am - 3:00 pm: Interactive vendors, booths and experiences centered on nutrition, fitness and wellness

11:30 am: WGC Skydrop for Skybox - a helicopter ball drop for kids with Skybox tickets to the Sunday round of the WGC Dell Match Play! See all the information here and buy your tickets here before they run out! 

11:45 am: 18-hole Footgolf tournament for H-E-B 9 Core Value Week sponsors - awards immediately after play 

2:00 pm: 9-hole Golf tournament for H-E-B 9 Core Value Week sponsors - awards immediately after play 

3:00 pm: Vendor shutdown 

About The Cause 

The First Tee of Greater Austin is a 501(c) non-profit organization that provides educational programs that teach life skills and healthy choices to young people through the game of golf. The organization reach over 10,000 area youth via its after-school, in-school, camp and outreach programs in 2015. As Austin continues to grow, as does the need for quality and affordable youth programs. Congestive traffic and transportation limitations also put more pressure on TFTGA to provide its programs at more accessible locations. 100% of the participants in the program require partial or full scholarship to participate. All participants benefit from life-skills education that includes: interpersonal skills, goal-setting, self management, healthy choices, planning for the future and more. 

Join us for other parts of H-E-B 9 Core Values Week 

We'd love for you to join us for the 9 Core Values Luncheon presented by BB&T and more events that are a part of H-E-B 9 Core Values Week, set for March 20 - 27. Click here to learn more.

Questions about Community Field Day? 

Please direct all media inquiries to Stephanie Mingos at smingos@firstteeaustin.org. All other questions can be answered by Jason Kowalkowski - 512.732.0380 x 205 or jkowalkowski@firstteeaustin.org.