A weekend of golf and festivities hosted by Garemani Wines at Mountain View Country Club was an exceptional success, raising much-needed funds to benefit life-changing programs and services of the Exceptional Children’s Foundation (ECF) for children and adults with special needs.
More than 80 guests attended over the weekend, enjoying golf as well as an alfresco dinner at Jillian’s and a special exhibit at the CODA Gallery of work by ECF artists from the organization’s Art Centers program.
“We couldn’t have had a more majestic setting for a round of golf, or a more perfect outdoor setting to gather for our first in-person event since February,” said ECF President and CEO Scott Bowling.
According to Bowling, “Building on the momentum of this exceptional event, and with relationships deepened, we look forward to taking steps to explore the extension of our service reach beyond Los Angeles County into the desert.”
The weekend was one of a series of celebrations of ECF’s 75th anniversary year of strengthening the lives of children and adults with learning differences, and was hosted by former ECF board member Kristin Garemani and Garemani Wines.
ABOUT EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION:
Founded in 1946, ECF’s mission is to provide the highest quality services for children and adults who are challenged with developmental, learning, and emotional barriers — empowering them to reach their greatest potential. To learn more, visit www.ECF.net
ABOUT GAREMANI WINES:
Garemani Wines are single-vineyard wines from California’s Central Coast. Garemani Wines has won over 30 awards from major wine competitions including the San Francisco International Wine Competition, the Central Coast Wine Competition, the Los Angeles Wine Competition, the International Women’s Wine Competition, the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, and the New York International Wine Competition.
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