Benefit Dinner Golf Outing

Thank you for helping to make our Monday, September 27th, Benefit Dinner a huge success! This year's annual Benefit Dinner was a private, sponsors-only golf outing at Gull Lake View Golf Resort followed by an outdoor, sponsors-only sit-down dinner at the club with guest speaker, Major League Baseball Hall of Famer, Wade Boggs.

Save the date for Benefit Dinner 2022: Monday, June 20!

Sponsors-only 2021 Benefit Dinner Golf Outing and Dinner
Monday, September 27th
Featuring Guest Speaker: Baseball Hall of Famer, Wade Boggs

For eighteen years, Wade Boggs put his heart and soul into his professional baseball career. Playing for some of the most well-known Major League Baseball (MLB) teams, such as the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, he had the opportunity to play on the sport’s biggest stage, in the sport’s biggest games.

‘World Series Champion’ is only one of the numerous titles and accomplishments Wade has achieved. Others include being a twelve time MLB all-star, two time gold glove winner, five time American League batting champion, and an eternal member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

Outside of his legendary baseball career, Wade is a family man and an avid outdoorsman. He took that same passion, drive, and determination with him from his career and funneled them into his family and the new hobbies he has found since the end of his playing days.

Wade has also found himself in front of the camera, but in a whole new way. He has had many notable TV appearances with shows such as The Simpsons, Cheers, and Seinfeld.

In his free time, Wade and his wife, Debbie, are actively involved in fundraising for a large number and variety of charities nationwide. Key beneficiaries include the All Children’s Hospital of Tampa, and the Redbone Cystic Fibrosis organization.

We were thrilled to welcome Wade to Kalamazoo. 

If you have questions about the event, or would like more information about Benefit Dinner, please contact Kori Jock, Director of Fund Development, by email at KoriJock@bbbsmi.org or call 269-382-6800 ext. 103.