We had a blast last Saturday at the ACEL (Alachua County Emerging Leaders) kickball tournament out at Diamond Sports Park. It was a beautiful day, amazing considering we had record lows for the days proceeding the event. 24 teams competed to raise money for their favorite charity. Some of the teams were PPI/CPC, AdFed, Sun Country Sports, Tutoring Zone, Leadership Gainesville 36 and many, many more. There was tons of food from great place’s like David’s BBQ, Chick Fil A, Mia Apa Latin Cafe, Dominio’s, Ben and Jerry’s and Pizza Vito. There were also yummie margarita’s made by April Sweet at Region’s Bank.
Contact ACEL if you’d like to be part of next year’s kickball Tournament. It is a great time!
We are very proud to support the 2010 Urban Meyer Scramble for Kids that benefits Children’s Home Society, A Girl’s Place and the Boys and Girls Club. This year the scramble raised $94,000 for the charities, which is awesome! The banquet, which took place on Wednesday night at the Touchdown Terrace, included fabulous food from Ballyhoo Grill, Bento Café, KB’s Kake Kreations, Ristorante Deneno, and Stonewood Grill and Tavern. Coach did his part, auctioning off sideline passes to LSU and SC games this coming season. A great time was had by all.
Then on Friday the scramble began. Children’s Home Society Women’s Auxiliary provided yummie baked goods for the golfer. Coach Meyer showed off his golfing skills with Sister Hazel’s Drew Copeland as part of his foursome.
Thanks again coach Meyer and all the sponsors for helping to make this year’s Scramble a fabulous event. Until next year…
We are soooo excited about Melanie and Jordan’s wedding next weekend. We did Melanie’s big sister’s wedding a year ago and had a blast. I know we will get great pictures from their wedding as well. The happy couple happens to be physical education teachers at schools here in Alachua county. We had a lot of fun at their engagement session and were jealous to learn that they’ll be heading to Sandals for a relaxing honeymoon once school lets out.
Elliott came into the studio a few days ago for his senior portraits. We tell all of our seniors bring in props or items that are really important to them. Elliott decided to bring in his dog Max. Elliott and Max are best buds. They have a special relationship that you can see in every picture we took of them. Max even lets Elliott use him as a pillow.
Congratulations to Elliott who will be graduating this spring and moving on to the next step in his life.