*Fun fact: Kimberly Aiken competed as Miss Columbia 1993 (the year I was born), won Miss South Carolina and then went on to become Miss America 1994!
Here is a message from our very own Kimberly Aiken:
Almost 30 years ago, I was diagnosed with a rare brain disorder and had to undergo brain surgery. During my illness and recovery my family and I had the benefit of the generosity of the Children's Miracle Network and the Children's Hospitals at both Palmetto Health Richland and Duke University Medical Center. As a child, I benefitted from the life saving work of these hospitals. As a mother, I would never want to feel the pain of having a sick child that could not get treatment because we were unable to pay.
I now sit on the board of the Miss South Carolina Organization and I represented SC in the Miss America pageant. This organization is how I got my start in pageants and helped me build confidence, pay for college, and have a platform to serve others. Miss SC and Miss America contestants support the Children's Miracle Networks by volunteering across the state and country in our children's hospitals and raising funds for the cause.
Please come out and support this worthy cause. You can either join us and register to golf and/or consider a sponsorship package. You can also just give a straight donation that will go directly to support the Children's Miracle Network and the Miss SC Scholarship. We appreciate your support!
Your registration includes 18 holes, a cart with beverages on the course, player gifts, raffle, snacks and lunch.