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CELEBRATE GOOD TIMES! The Warburton raises a record $3.9 million for the kids W e had high expectations for The Warburton in 2022, the 12th annual charity golf tournament hosted by well-known actor Patrick Warburton. The tournament returned to Classic Club (and new co-host Desert Willow) February 24-27 after it was cancelled in 2021 due to the pandemic, and not only were those expectations met – they were dramatically exceeded. Both Classic Club and Desert Willow were in pristine condition and provided the perfect venues for the event. I'd like to thank our team, Classic Club's ownership, the H.N. and Frances C. Berger Foundation, and all of our spon- sors and partners for their contributions as we heard nothing but great feedback on the course, staff and execution of the event. Fittingly, "Play to Give" is the motto at Classic Club – and at The War- burton this year, the giving was off the charts. The tournament raised a record-breaking $3,943,005 for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, bringing the total raised over 12 years to more than $22 million. It was a nice increase from 2020's $3.6 million, and the awards banquet at Classic Club featuring the In-N-Out Truck was a huge hit as well. Songwriters' Night, the Saturday Soiree gala and the Friday night Rheneypalooza Jam, with surprise guests actor/musician Dennis Quaid, Mike Reno of Loverboy, and Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top wowed everyone who attended. Perhaps another Rheneypalooza performer, Al Paris of Kool and the Gang summed up The Warburton best: "Celebrate good times – come on!" – GREG RUBINO, General Manager WELCOME NOTE Winning Gross Team Winning Net Team

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