By John Smith • 16 April 2016 • 9:25
Mr Maph and the band
It’s time to swing for solidarity, birdie for the Butterfly Children and dance for their future at the “XIV Butterfly Children Golf and Ball” on the first weekend of June at Aloha Golf Club
For the golfers the events begin on Saturday June 4 with a Stableford Individual Golf Tournament at Aloha Golf Club. For only €75 players can enjoy this beautiful course with the opportunity to win €10,000 worth of prizes including prizes on every hole.
For those who like to be entertained, Sunday June 5 sees a ‘Night under the stars’ on the breath taking terrace of Aloha Golf Restaurant. Tickets at just €55 include a delicious 3 course meal with wine and live music from the fantastic ‘Ricky Lavazza’ and ‘Mr Maph, Simone Lisa and their band’ guaranteed to get you dancing.
The “Butterfly Children” Golf & Ball is supported by professional golfer Miguel Angel Jiménez who, every year donates a unique piece of golfing memorabilia to be auctioned during the gala dinner as well as many other luxury golf items and prizes.
All in all, two fantastic events put together for a great cause: to support those suffering one of the most painful conditions known to medicine: Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) or Butterfly Skin. With skin so fragile it is comparable to the wings of a butterfly, just the slightest touch can cause a serious blister, making hugs and everyday human contact difficult. With many differing degrees, the condition can also affect the body internally, leading to severe physical pain and disability.
For reservations contact [email protected] 952 816 434 or visit www.butterflychildrencharity.com.
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Married to Ophelia in Gibraltar in 1978, John has spent much of his life travelling on security print and minting business and visited every continent except Antarctica.
Having retired several years ago, the couple moved to their house in Estepona and John became a regular news writer for the EWN Media Group taking particular interest in Finance, Gibraltar and Costa del Sol Social Scene.
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