Sturge-Weber Center Events

Golf Tournament Raises $30K+ for Sturge-Weber Syndrome Research

On October 1st, more than 140 golfers participated in Tropical Realty’s 12th Annual Charity Golf Tournament in Melbourne, Fla. Proceeds from the tournament benefit Sturge-Weber syndrome (SWS) research at Kennedy Krieger Institute. The weather was beautiful and golfers enjoyed the famous helicopter ball drop, fabulous door prizes, delicious food and great company. We are grateful to Mitch Ribak and his family and colleagues at Tropical Realty for all their efforts in raising funds for SWS. This year’s tournament raised more than $30,000 bringing their overall donation total to over $200,000. For more event photos, visit

Holiday Boutique

Get an early start on your holiday shopping while supporting the Hunter Nelson Sturge-Weber Center! Please join us on Monday, November 15, for a Holiday Boutique. Items for sale include:

  • Sterling silver, gold and precious stones jewelry
  • Peruvian alpaca knit wear
  • Home holiday accent pieces from Lauren Alexandra Interiors... and more!

For more information, visit the Holiday Boutique event page. Proceeds will benefit the Hunter Nelson Sturge-Weber Center at Kennedy Krieger.

Ivy Hills Country Club
7711 Ivy Hills Boulevard
Cincinnati, OH 45244


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Sturge-Weber Center Events

OCTOBER 1, 2016
Tropical Realty Charity Golf Tournament

NOVEMBER 15, 2016
Holiday Boutique



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