Aug 17, 2012-
Aug 17, 2012
08:00AM - 10:00PM
Day for the Queen
Golf, Tennis, Fashion Show, BBQ & More!
Silverado Resort & Spa
Event Description
35th Annual Day for the Queen – 2012 – The Royal Queen in Paris
Date:                Friday, August 17, 2012
Time:               12:00 pm – Golf
8:00 am – Women’s Tennis
1:00 pm – Men’s Tennis
12 noon –Fashion Show
6:00 pm – BBQ, Silent Auction & Dancing
Place:              Silverado Resort and Spa 
                       1600 Atlas Peak Road, Napa, CA
Cost:               $275 (golf, lunch & BBQ)       
                       If registered before July 27th
                       $300 (golf, lunch & BBQ)               After July 27th
$60 (tennis)
$85 (fashion show & lunch)
$125 (BBQ)
What:              Day of fun activities to raise funds   for the new Hybrid Surgical Suite at
Queen of the Valley Medical Center. Afternoon golf for both men and women;
morning tennis for women and afternoon tennis for men; fashion show & lunch at noon,
and evening activities consisting of silent and live auctions, cocktails, BBQ dinner and
dancing to the music of David Martin’s House Party.
Information:      For more information or to sign-up, call Queen of the Valley Foundation at 
Sponsorships:    Attention Businesses – Sponsorship opportunities available, call for more information.
Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Pat Slattery     Email:
Phone: 707-257-4044      Fax: 707-251-1883



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