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Parent & Family Programs Spring Events

PFA Fundraising Golf Tournament: May 6, 2021

The PFA Golf tournament is scheduled for Thursday, May 6 at La Paloma Country Club.  We are proud to support the University of Arizona Campus Pantry with all proceeds raised at our tournament.

Registration begins at 7:30am with a Grab n’ Go breakfast burrito, coffee and beverages.  Mulligans, Silent Auction and Raffle tickets will be available for purchase onsite.

The tournament will be a Shotgun start at 8:30am, and the course is cart path only.  The Awards Luncheon which includes a hamburger & hot dog buffet (vegetarian and gluten options available on request) will immediately follow the tournament, with outdoor seating.  Rental Club sets are available and can be picked up onsite for $65.00 + tax.

If you are attending only the Awards Luncheon we anticipate it will begin between noon- 12:30pm depending on when the golfers finish.  Please see the registration website if you are registering a guest to attend the lunch portion of the event.  Please click here if you are interested in sponsoring this event.

The La Paloma Resort is offering a group rate of $149.00 (+ tax) for all participants per night of your stay. The normal daily resort service charge of $29 has been reduced to $10 per day for this event. and 10% discount on all spa services.  Please click here to make your reservation.

All registered participants will receive:

Breakfast
Lunch
University of Arizona polo 
Swag Bag
**First 50 golfers to register will receive a mulligan and raffle ticket!
Unable to join us?  Make a one-time ore set up a recurring gift to the Campus Pantry today, click here.
 
 

Safety Protocol Guidelines:

As an event attendee, we invite you to adhere to the following safety practices

  • Will check my temperature prior to arriving at the La Paloma Country Club on Thursday, May 6th
  • Will wear a face mask in all indoor areas regardless of my vaccination status
  • Will maintain a physical distance of 6-feet from other event attendees
  • Will practice good hygiene
  • Will agree to stay home if feeling sick, or have been in close contact with a confirmed case or someone with symptoms of COVID-19

Sponsorship Opportunities found here

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    Finding Your Community and Resources on Campus

    April 15, 2021

    Is your student thinking about ways to get involved, stay connected, and feel a sense of belonging?  The University of Arizona offers spaces on campus that highlight students’ various identities.  Learn more about these important spaces that serve as a home-away from home for many students.

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    Mental Health & Wellness Webinar

    March 31, 2021

    We invite you to join us for a live webinar featuring our Chief Wellness Officer and Associate Vice Provost Amy Athey, Psy.D. Dr. Athey will answer your questions and share resources for parents/supporters to better understand student resiliency and tools to support the mental health and wellness of your college student. Please use the registration link to pre-submit questions for Dr. Athey to answer during the webinar.

     

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