Statement regarding events surrounding the death of George Floyd

Categories: 2020, Newsletter

We are disheartened and upset at the events surrounding the death of George Floyd. The First Tee of Silicon Valley strongly condemns racism and discrimination and believes there is no place in this world for hate and prejudice. Appreciating diversity, respect, integrity, active listening, and empath...

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TFTSV High School Graduates!

Categories: 2020, Newsletter

The First Tee of Silicon Valley would like to wish our 2020 class a big congratulations on their high school graduation! We are proud of who they are, and what they have accomplished in and out of the classroom. They have been involved with TFTSV between 4-11 years, excelling as participants, and gi...

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Letter – From TFTSV’s President & CEO

Categories: 2020, Newsletter

On behalf of TFTSV’s core staff and board, we hope that you and yours are well. TFTSV’s core staff is doing well, engaged, and productive. “Dealing with Challenges” and “Playing with Perseverance” are two of TFTSV’s 27 core lessons that are very relevant during this season of shelterin...

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Rishi & Ralph National Spotlight Feature

Categories: 2020, Newsletter

The First Tee home office has selected two of our seniors, Rishi Ajjarapu and Ralph Kho, to highlight nationally. They will be featured in a national spotlight for their local and chapter contributions. Rishi Ajjarapu joined our chapter in 2012. He successfully made it to our top Ace level, and move...

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Summer Registration Opens May 13th

Categories: 2020, Newsletter

Registration for our 2020 Summer classes opens Wednesday, May 13th for all participants 2nd grade and up. For our class flyer and scheduled classes, please click here. Classes are held once a week (same day each week) over a 9-week period beginning June 9th and ending August 8th (no class 6/30 – 7...

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Become a TFTSV Volunteer Coach

Categories: 2020, Newsletter

TFTSV is looking for dedicated individuals interested in helping mentor youth in our programs. Volunteers must have a positive approach and a drive to make a difference in the lives of program participants. This is a great opportunity to meet and work together with like-minded coaches, positively im...

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Staying Connected to Participants

Categories: 2020, Newsletter

As we look back over the last month and a half, we want to express our gratitude for your ongoing support and commitment to maintain a sense of community through our various activities. We loved seeing our participants’ build their own mini golf course, post about who is on their go-to team, build...

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Ace Class Exploring Careers via Zoom

Categories: 2020, Newsletter

This Spring marks the largest enrollment for an Ace class in TFTSV history – 14 participants! Despite the COVID-19 crisis, these participants are taking the Ace-Career Exploration class online via Zoom. Chris Moreno-Hunt, Program Director, and George Maxe, President & CEO, are teaching about s...

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TFTSV’s Laundry Toss Contest Winners

Categories: 2020, Newsletter

On May 2nd, 19 TFTSV participants along with 9 parents/guardians took part in our laundry toss responsibility contest. All contestants joined the competition on Zoom and took turns tossing their rolled-up socks into their laundry bins from 3 yards away. We played two rounds, and divided the competit...

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TFTSV Core Value Drawing/Art Contest Winner Announced

Categories: 2020, Newsletter

Beginning, Tuesday, April 14th TFTSV participants were encouraged to submit their artwork that best represented one of our nine core values. Thank you to those who submitted their art/drawing, great work! The winner of the TFTSV Core Value Drawing/Art Contest is Nancy Rivera! Congratulations Nancy! ...

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