31st Annual Jack Busch Memorial Golf Classic
Benefiting the S. Wilson Pollock Center for Industrial Training through the CPARC Foundation!
The Arc of Cumberland & Perry Counties (CPARC) Foundation secures funding to benefit individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through the services of CPARC.
CPARC’s programs include:
· Advocacy & Family Education
· Early Education Centers of Perry County
· Neighbors Programs
· Life Time Adult Day Care
· The S. Wilson Pollock Center for Industrial Training (PCIT)
· Residential Services
A longtime supporter of PCIT, the vocational component of CPARC, Jack Busch founded this annual golf tournament.
The Jack Busch Memorial Golf Classic has raised more than $1 million over the last three decades to support vocational training for people with disabilities. The tournament’s success is a testament to Jack’s dedication to and support of CPARC’s mission to empower, inspire, and educate folks with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
For nearly 20 years, Jack was chair of the tournament committee. He also served on the CPARC Board of Directors for five years. He is truly missed.