The SEED School of Maryland will receive more than $110,000 from the eighth annual HeBrOpen Golf and Pickleball Tournament, held Oct. 16 at Woodholme Country Club in Pikesville.
The event provided a day of fun, competition, camaraderie and connections for nearly 200 participants. SEED students welcomed guests in the morning and for the evening program and social hour.
Funds raised at the event benefit SEED External Opportunities Program, which provides students with opportunities to explore careers, identify passions and develop critical life skills through summer international travel, college visits and workforce development through paid internships.
HeBros is an organization based on friendships formed in justice which founded many years ago by local businessmen and community leaders. It is a brotherhood of men who are Jewish (“Heb”) or African American (“Bros”) and enjoy traveling and golfing together. The HeBrOpen was affectionately created by family and friends to remember of Charles Baum and Harry Lebow. The men shared a passion and commitment to the SEED School of Maryland, Maryland’s only public, college-preparatory boarding school.
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