Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity ​Epsilon Gamma Lambda Boston, Ma

Hello Brothers,
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In honor of Father’s Day and in support of men’s health, The Goddard School of Middleton hosts this year's event in conjunction with the Massachusetts Prostate Cancer Coalition (MPCC) and the Boston Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.  100% of the net proceeds will be shared between MPCC and The Senator Edward W. Brooke Scholarship Fund.

The Event will be at the Ferncroft Country Club on June 17th.  Play begins at 7:30am with a shotgun start.  The cost includes 18 holes, cart and range use, along with prizes, a continental breakfast and luncheon buffet.  There will also be an opportunity to purchase a contest package. Please see attached flyer for more details.

The online store is now open for this event--sign up to play, sponsor, or donate by clicking here ( You may also contact Mark Hunter ( with any questions.

About MPCC and Senator Edward W. Brooke

The MPCC educates, connects, and supports men at risk, newly diagnosed individuals, survivors, and their families.  It also connects organizations and professionals in Massachusetts that seek to conquer and cure prostate cancer. 

In 1966, Senator Brooke, a cancer survivor himself and member of the Boston Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha, became the first African American popularly elected to the United States Senate. He represented Massachusetts in the Senate from 1967 to 1979. He co-wrote the Civil Rights Act of 1968, which prohibits housing discrimination. In 2000 the Edward W. Brooke Courthouse in Boston was dedicated in his honor. And in 2004, President George W. Bush awarded Brooke the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

We hope you can be a part of this wonderful event this year!

Bro. Mark Anthony Hunter

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