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Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club, CA
Monday, October 6, 2008


Ryan's Reach is a supporting organization that seeks to aid brain injured individuals and their families by providing financial resources and promotional support to High Hopes Neurological Recovery Group, Inc., based in Orange County, California. Committed to expanding the programs, services and outreach of High Hopes Neurological Recovery Group to more effectively address the financial, emotional, physical and spiritual needs of Traumatic Brain Injury victims and their families.

Ryan's Reach envisions a nationwide network of High Hopes Neurological Recovery Group facilities to serve the demanding and complex needs of brain injury victims and their families. Seeking to ensure that every victim and family affected by Traumatic Brain Injury in the United States receives the necessary care and support to continue full and productive lives in the midst of this potentially devastating life event.

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Schedule of Events:

8:00 AM Registration
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM Putting Contest /Driving Range
10:00 AM Shotgun Start
4:00 PM Cocktail Hour/ Silent Auction
5:30 PM Dinner/ Awards/ Raffle Drawing for Prizes
6:30 PM Performance by Pat Boone and the Boone Sisters

Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club
25291 Vista del Verde
Coto de Caza, CA 92679
ph: 949-858-4100

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Celebrities Attending:  
Pat Boone (Event Host) - He has sold more than 45 million records, has 13 gold discs, two gold albums and a platinum record. Fifteen of his songs have hit the top ten and his song "Love Letters" was on the charts for 34 consecutive weeks. He has appeared in 15 feature films including; APRIL LOVE, STATE FAIR, JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH, AND BERNADINE. He has also written ten books including "Twixt Twelve and Twenty" which sold more than 1,000,000 copies.
Brian Goodell - At age 17 he won two gold medals for swimming in the 1976 Olympics and set world records in each. He won three gold medals for swimming in the 1979 Pan American Games. He graduated from UCLA in 1982 having won nine NCAA titles and ten US National Championships. In 1986 he was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame, the Orange County Sports Hall of Fame in 1984 and the UCLA Hall of Fame in 1991.
Chip McAllister – He and his wife Kim were the fifth winners of $1,000,000 on the 2004 CBS reality show THE AMAZING RACE which won The Emmy as "Best Reality Show."
Christopher Rich - He currently plays the role of "Brock Hart" on the television series REBA. He is well known for playing the role of "Miller Redfield" in the television series MURPHY BROWN. He was also a series regular on THE GEORGE CARLIN SHOW and THE CHARMING'S.
Ed Ratleff - He went to Long Beach State University and was on the Basketball All- American First team for 2 straight years. In 1972 he was on the Olympic basketball team and was First round draft pick of the NBA Houston Rockets all rookie team 1973. He also coached college basketball for 8 years.
Felix Giles- He is the first Black professional off road race car driver and has just been appointed national chairman for Race Against Drugs, an anti-drug organization in Washington DC. He has appeared at the White House and attended a drug prevention briefing. Nicknamed "Night Hawk" because of his nighttime piloting abilities, he has been approached by television and motion picture companies about filming his life story and he will soon be immortalized in a toy action figure.
Fred Lynn - Entered the Major League in 1975 and captured the titles of MVP and Rookie of the Year in his first year with the Boston Red Sox. During his 17 year career in professional baseball, Lynn was a nine-time All Star.
Jim O’Brien - He played three years for the Baltimore Colts as a kicker/wide receiver and one year with the Detroit Lions. He kicked the game-winning field goal against the Dallas Cowboys with 9 seconds left to win Super Bowl V. He also received the Vince Lombardi Super Bowl Special Teams Award.
Jim Weatherley - He played three years for the Baltimore Colts as a kicker/wide receiver and one year with the Detroit Lions. He kicked the game winning field goal against the Dallas Cowboys with 9 seconds left to win Super Bowl V. He also received the Vince Lombardi Super Bowl Special Teams Award.
John Callahan - For thirteen years he starred as "Edmund Grey" on the ABC TV daytime drama ALL MY CHILDREN for which he won the Soap Opera Digest Award for “Outstanding Lead Actor”. He is best known for his three-year role as "Eric Stavros," the playboy son of Cesar Romero on the series FALCON CREST.
Kevin Dobson – He has been currently co-starring as “Mickey Horton” on the NBC daytime drama DAYS OF OUR LIVES. He is best known for the eleven year role of "Mack MacKenzie" on the CBS television series KNOTS LANDING, for which he won four Soap Opera Digest Awards, twice in the “Outstanding Actor” category. He also starred as "Detective Bobby Crocker" in the TV series KOJAK. For 2 years he starred in the TV series F/X: THE SERIES and his first feature film was the classic MIDWAY.
Kurt Bevacqua - He played for 15 years in the major leagues, concluding his baseball career with the San Diego Padres. His career highlight was with the Padres in the 1984 World Series where in Game 2 his home run won the series game. He hit .412 in the series with two home runs and was voted Padre's Most Valuable Player. He was recently chosen to the "Padres All-Time Team".
Leann Hunley - She is currently starring as "Anna DiMera" on the hit NBC Emmy Award winning daytime drama DAYS OF OUR LIVES for which she won a Daytime Emmy Award for "Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series." She also co-starred as "Dana Carrington" in the hit television series DYNASTY.
Mike Lansford - He is recognized as one of the best field goal kickers in National Football League history. He played with the Los Angeles Rams from 1982-90 and made 10 game winning kicks without a miss. He is the Rams all-time scoring leader with 789 points and kicked 158 field goals in his career.
Molly Culver - She starred for four seasons as bodyguard "Tasha Dexter" on the syndicated television series V.I.P..
Pam Teeguarden – She won two Grand Slam titles: The U.S. Open Mixed Doubles with her partner Geoff Masters and the French Open Ladies Doubles. Among her other titles are the Canadian, Austrian, Swedish and Argentine Virginia Slims doubles titles. She has career victories over Martina Navratilova, Tracy Austin and Yvonne Goolagong.
Patrika Darbo - She was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award and Won a Soap Opera Digest Award for "Outstanding Female Necomer". For five season she starred as "Nancy Wesley" on hit NBC daytime drama DAYS OF OUR LIVES. She is also well known for co-starring as "Penny Baker" in the television series STEP BY STEP.
Paula Trickey – For five seasons she starred as "Sgt. Cory McNamara" on the television series PACIFIC BLUE. She was recently co-starring as "Veronica Townsend" on the FOX television series THE O.C.
Pete Shaw - He played in 114 games in the NFL over 8 seasons. He played the safety position and was a member of three consecutive AFC Western Division Championship teams with the San Diego Chargers from 1979-81 and he played college football at Northwestern.
Shawn Parr - Referred to as the "Ambassador of Country Music," Shawn Parr has spent over 20 years on the Los Angeles area country music scene. You can find Shawn Parr as KKGO's wake-up voice on his morning show called "Shawn Parr in The Morning" Monday through Friday 5 AM to 10 AM and a Sunday show highlighting a different artist every week on Go Country 105.1 FM radio which covers San Diego, Orange Country, Los Angeles to Santa Barbara, California. He has also guest starred on shows like REBA, SMALLVILLE and HEIST.
Sinjin Smith - The oldest elite player in the world, Smith has competed in more beach volleyball events than any other player. He was named AVP Best Defensive Player in 1990-1992. He was also the FIVB Tour Champion in 1989-1992. Smith is currently the president of the FIVB World Beach Volleyball Council. He was also the second volleyball player to be inducted into UCLA Sports Hall of Fame. He has been featured in more than 20 commercials while appearing in several television series, including MAGNUM P.I. He also starred in Tri-Star Pictures release SIDE OUT! He has also authored a book called KINGS OF THE BEACH and has a Nintendo Video game under same title.
Tom Sullivan - This gentleman is a singer, actor, athlete and author, who happens to be blind. He is also passionate about golf. He hosts his own golf tournament for the Blind Children’s Center of Los Angeles.
Tonie Campbell - From 1980-1990 he was ranked in the top ten 110 meter hurdlers in the world, his best time being 13.17 seconds. In 1982 he came in 1st in the NCAA Championships and won the TAC US Nationals in 1984. He qualified for the US Olympic teams in 1980, 1984 and 1988. In 1990 he was inducted into the USC Heritage Hall of Fame.
Tyler Mane - He is currently starring as the evil "Michael Myers" in Rob Zombie's feature film HALLOWEEN. He co-starred as "King Ajax" in the feature film TROY. He is well known for his character of the mutant "Sabretooth" in the block buster feature film X-MEN.
Willie Buchanon – He was an All-American cornerback at San Diego State University and played professional football with the Green Bay Packers and San Diego Chargers. He was All Pro, a two-time Pro Bowl pick and is a member of the Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame. He was AP Defensive Rookie of The Year and led the NFL in interceptions in 1978. In 1978, he was named to Sporting News All-Time College Team.


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