2nd Annual Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic Dinner for Oneida Indigenous Athletes

2nd Annual Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic Dinner for Oneida Indigenous Athletes

Support Indigenous Youth Athletes

We invite you to attend the 2nd Annual Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic Dinner for Oneida Indigenous Athletes on Monday, July 2, 2018. The event will be held at the Radisson Hotel and Conference center in Green Bay, WI and will raise funds for athletes to compete in the 2020 North American Indigenous Games.

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$5000     Eagle Sponsorship

Table for 8 and Stay & Play Package valued at over $2,000. Defending LPGA champion, Katherine Kirk, will be seated at the first Eagle Level contributor to make their reservation.

  • 8 Thornberry Creek at Oneida Golf Passes
  • 8 Oneida Casino Gaming Packages
  • 8 Radisson Hotel Packages
  • Oneida Retail Items
  • Your Logo on all of our Promotional Messaging

$2000     Birdie Sponsorship

Table for 8 and Stay & Play Package valued at over $2,000. Defending LPGA champion, Katherine Kirk, will be seated at the first Eagle Level contributor to make their reservation.

  • 8 Thornberry Creek at Oneida Golf Passes
  • 8 Oneida Casino Gaming Packages
  • 8 Radisson Hotel Packages
  • Oneida Retail Items
  • Your Logo on all of our Promotional Messaging


$1000     Par Sponsorship

Table for 8 and Stay & Play Package valued at over $2,000. Defending LPGA champion, Katherine Kirk, will be seated at the first Eagle Level contributor to make their reservation.

  • 8 Thornberry Creek at Oneida Golf Passes
  • 8 Oneida Casino Gaming Packages
  • 8 Radisson Hotel Packages
  • Oneida Retail Items
  • Your Logo on all of our Promotional Messaging


$100       Individual Attendee

 

About “The Games”

North American Indigenous Games are recognized as an important vehicle to promote Indigenous sport development and recreation for tribes in United States and Canada. Promoting sport, physical activity and the celebration of cultural distinctiveness, the Indigenous Games are more than a sporting event. It’s hope is to inspire a generation of indigenous youth and their communities in a new light of resiliency, strength and pride. We recognize sport as an important pathway to long term development and growth of our athletes and communities. Please support our efforts through your donation.

Let’s Hear What Indigenous Athletes Have to Say

“I felt like I finally accomplished something. I did the work for it, I made it, I earned it.”-Cameron Skenandore when making Box Lacrosse Goaltender for Team Wisconsin 2017

“I’m part of the team. I need to hold my own on the team and contribute. If you feel like you’re not where you want to be, you’ll get there someday, just keep practicing.”-Caleb Aguirre, 2017 Archery Team Wisconsin

“Play your best….in the end, we’re all winners.”-Brylee King, Team Wisconsin Girls Golf

Youth Impact by the Numbers

NAIG Evaluation Highlights

Lifestyle Choices

  • 52% of the athletes improved the healthiness of their diets
  • 70% of athletes indicated their intent to pursue a University degree

Self Confidence and Worth

  • 77% reported they felt different about themselves after NAIG
  • 91% believe that others in their communities saw them as role models
  • 89% said they felt more confidence from competing in the games
  • 63% said they felt more connected with their Indigenous heritage

For more information please email: GoTeamOIA@gmail.com or call 920-490-3803.

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