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03/12/15      6:00 pm              Special Guest - Ashley Flowers of the Kaysen Parker Foundation
 
05/14/15      6:00 pm
 

 

Kaysen Parker

Kaysen Parker

                        2nd Annual Kaysen Parker Memorial Foundation Golf Tournament

Golf     Tournament Prices:

Early Registration (Before 4/1/15) –     $400/team

Registration after 4/1/15 – $500/team

*4 Person Lauderdale Tournament*

Registration includes     Gift Bag, T-shirt, Lunch, Tournament, Cart & Range Balls

We will have teams available to join if     Individuals would like to play

www.kaysenparkermemorialfoundation.com

www.facebook.com/kaysenparkermemorial

Tickets also available at www.eventbrite.com

Make Checks Payable to:

The Kaysen Parker Memorial Foundation,     INC

PO Box 2104

Hephzibah, GA 30815

Phone:     (706)840-7906

Email:     ashley@kaysenparkermemorialfoundation.com

Kaysen John Parker was a normal,     healthy little boy who had just celebrated his birthday on October 21,     2013. On October 27, 2013, while Kaysen was sleeping his heart suddenly     stopped beating. Kaysen’s grandfather thought he heard Kaysen cry out     during the night, so he got up to check on him. He noticed Kaysen wasn’t     breathing. Kaysen’s mommy started CPR until the paramedics arrived, but     Kaysen had been without oxygen for too long. On October 30, 2013, just nine     days after Kaysen’s second birthday, the doctors at Georgia Regents     University Children’s Medical Center pronounced sweet, little, innocent     Kaysen legally brain dead. The doctors ran a set of tests including an EKG     which confirmed that Kaysen had a silent killer, Brugada Syndrome. Kaysen     became a Hero on October 31, 2013, when his mommy unselfishly donated some     of his viable organs. Doctors at GRU Children’s Medical Center also did     genetic testing and confirmed that Kaysen had Brugada Syndrome and suffered     from a heart arrhythmia that caused his heart to stop beating. Kaysen’s     family wishes that this tragedy would not happen to anyone else. The goal     of the Kaysen Parker Memorial Foundation is to create awareness of Brugada     Syndrome, support Brugada Research, and provide assistance to families     affected by Brugada Syndrome.

 

Tournament held at

The River Golf Club

307 Riverside Blvd

North Augusta, SC 29841

(803)202-0110

April     20, 2015

Registration: 11:30am          Lunch: 12pm                Shotgun Start: 1pm

 

 

The Children’s Heart Program Volunteer Council (CHPVC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1995 to support children with cardiovascular disease and their families through a unique relationship with pediatric caregivers. The success of the CHPVC is attributed to dedicated volunteers, effective leadership, devoted financial supporters and a very important cause — enhancing the lives of children with special hearts and their families.

The Children’s Heart Program Volunteer Council’s key goal is to provide support through programs such as family visitation, educational seminars, Scholarship Awards, Camp Strong Heart, research awards, and projects associated with the Children’s Hospital of Georgia (Formerly The Medical College of Georgia Children’s Medical Center) Pediatric Cardiology program. These activities are funded through generous donations from friends like you and Doctors Who Cook®, our remarkable, nationally-known, award winning fundraising event.

CHPVC contact info:

Children’s Heart Program Volunteer Council
P.O. Box 40086
Augusta, GA 30909

Phone 706-414-4228
Please call or email us for family support or to request hospital visitation
.