The Living Legends Foundation has done so much for so many more that we know. I am a witness to that and cannot think of a better way to spend my Saturday supporting a great cause with a group of great people. You don’t need the perfect golf swing or be a golf pro to participate or support the organization. Your presence is more than sufficient.
As you may know, the Living Legends Foundation (LLF) was founded to recognize, promote and honor legendary music and radio industry figures that have distinguished themselves by their contributions as trailblazers, trendsetters, teachers and/or mentors. The organization honors those unsung heroes whose efforts might otherwise go unnoticed. LLF has expanded their mission to provide financial assistance to some honorees and other industry members who had fallen on hard times by providing nearly $100,000 in assistance to those in need.
Board Chairman David Linton says “in addition to continuing to preserve the contributions of people of color and women in the industry, our on-going fundraising efforts will also include an industry mentoring program in 2014. Our rich musical landscape cannot flounder. We must cultivate the next generation.”
On Saturday, November 2, 2013, all roads lead to metro Atlanta’s Crystal Lake Golf & Country Club (aka The House of Linton). For more information, log on to www.livinglegendsfoundation.com