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Bad Pants Open 2017 is Monday, May 22nd
South Bend Country Club
Presented by the Robert Henry Corporation & the Kelly Cares Foundation
 

We would like to thank our 2017 Honorary Bad Pants Chair Ron Powlus,
former Notre Dame quarterback and current Director of Player Development,
for joining the 2017 Bad Pants Open Team! 
A Letter from Ron Powlus


Do you want to be a part of the team?

Sponsorship & Registration


Team Registration

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Bad Pants Sponsors: 



http://www.roberthenrycorp.com/


https://kellycaresfoundation.org/

 

Golf Cart Sponsor:

 

https://www.linkedin.com/company/dietz-nextstage-financial-management-llc​

 


http://rsmus.com/

 

Knickers Sponsor:

 

https://www.logistick.com/

 


Prize Sponsor:

http://www.qdi.com/



Company Sponsored Teams

 

Basney Honda
Guy Painting
MicroIntegration
Saint Joseph Health System


Eagle Double Hole Sponsors                                                  


Barnes & Thornburg, LLC 
Gabriel Partners
South Bend Clinic 
 

Birdie Hole Sponsors


Dr. Dave & Billie Bankoff
Gurley Leep Automotive
Harmony Healthcare IT
Judy Henry
Kenneth Kessner
MicroIntegration
Navis Pack & Ship, Joliet
Palmer Funeral Homes
Barb & John Phair
Peerless Midwest
Dr. Andrew Riggs
Sophos
X-Ray Consultants 

 

Contributors:

Todd Bodine, Dr. Cavanaugh, Chicago Bears, Chicago White Sox, ESQ Clothing, Kelly Hahaj, Steve Henry, Indianapolis Colts, Knollwood Country Club, Cathy Lance, Lowe's, Meadow Valley Golf, Michiana Brick, Morris Park Country Club, New York Giants, Notre Dame Athletics, Orchard Hills Country Club, Parkwood Auto Spa, Ron Powlus, Amy Pracht, Patsy Scuzzo, Signal Point Golf Club, South Bend Country Club, South Bend Cubs, VantagePointe Financial Group
 




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The Bad Pants Committee: Bill Cerney, Lauren Dietz, Julie Englert, Mary Heck, Steve Henry, Cathy Lance, Amy Pracht and Kerry Vickers

Questions: Contact Lauren Dietz at (574) 314-5422 or ldietz@uhs-in.org







 

 
 













 
All funds raised go to the programs of the Diabetes Resource Center supporting local diabetics in our community.
 
In 2016, the Diabetes Resource Center was able to help diabetics in our community receive $400,000 worth of free medications through patient advocacy, coupons, in-kind donations and direct buying. Alongside direct assistance, the DRC provides case management and education to diabetics in the region. You can read stories from our clients on our home page
The DRC also added the WISEWOMAN program in 2014 to screen for diabetes and cardiac disease in St. Joseph and Elkhart Counties. 




Can't make the event but want to give?  
Use the link below for on line donations.
All donations are 100% tax deductible. 
Checks can be mailed to:
The Diabetes Resource Center 
6910 N. Main Street, Mail Unit #10
Granger, IN 46530










 

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