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Feb. 23, 1998

Campus School Golf Tournament

Join Father Monan & the Campus School Volunteers at Wayland Country Club Thursday, April 30, 1998

With the support of the Boston College community, the Campus School Volunteers will hold a charity golf tournament to benefit the children of the Campus School. The tournament will be held on April 30, 1998 at the Wayland Country Club, located in Wayland, Massachusetts.

This tournament is intended to bring Boston College alumni, supporters of the Campus School, and the surrounding community together for a fun day of golf. All proceeds will benefit the children of the Campus School. This year's tournament will feature:

  • Father Monan and other members of the Boston College community
  • Shotgun scramble format
  • Long drive, closest to the pin, and other contests
  • 8AM start, with barbecue lunch and drinks to follow the conclusion of play
  • Raffle and silent auction with many great items!!
  • Terrific prizes

Please join us on April 30th for a great day of golf. For more information please contact Paul Niemiec at 617-656-3449; Dan Melillo at 617-656-5163; Jim Dunbar at 617-656-2939; or Ron Bose at 617-656-5619.

The Campus School - Mission Statement and Philosophy

  • Boston College Campus School serves students ages three to twenty-one with multiple disabilities including complex health care needs. The program provides student centered, educational, and therapeutic services in a school based setting, as well as consultation and training to local school systems and families. Using an interdisciplinary approach, student growth is achieved through the development of a stimulating environment and challenging instruction tailored to the needs of the individual.
  • Founded on the principle that all individuals have unique characteristics and learning needs and should be treated with respect and dignity. As such, opportunities for learning in the community develop the skills necessary to function as fully and as independently as possible in the community.
  • The presence of Campus School at Boston College enriches the community by enabling individuals to learn about themselves and individuals with disabilities as well as the meaning of service. The university setting allows students and staff to benefit from the academic, spiritual, and societal mission of Boston College.

Campus School Volunteers of Boston College

The Campus School Volunteers of Boston College, in its second year as a recognized club, is a group of undergraduate students who work for the benefit of the students at the Campus School.

The volunteers' goals are: 1) fundraising for the school, 2) promoting awareness, and 3) to help the students in the classroom. All money raised through fundraising efforts goes directly to the children of the Campus School.

The CSVBC represents the largest club at Boston College. Together they participate in the club motto, "Reaching Out To Make a Difference".