September 23, 2020 – Baltimore, MD. On a perfect day to be outdoors at the Baltimore Country Club, 50 people joined LETS GO for their Third Annual Charity Golf Tournament and Live Auction to help raise funds to support STEM education programs for students in under-resourced communities. The charity event raised over $30,000 in donations to support LETS GO’s mission to break the cycle of poverty through STEM education and workforce development. Hats off to Rick Spivey and Jim Arrison who co-chaired this event.
Forty-six golfers played the Baltimore Country Club’s Five Farm course followed by a cocktail reception and dinner. The highlight of the evening was a talk given by LETS GO STEM Scholar alumni, Lloyd Harding, a 2018 graduate of Paul International High School in Washington, DC. Harding was a STEM Scholar for two years. He is currently interning at Energetics Technology Center, a STEM-opportunity created by LETS GO’s chairman, Bob Kavetsky.
Master of ceremonies, Rick Spivey led a rousing live charity auction as donors bid golf outings and golf clubs. The evening concluded with the golf tournament awards.