Events

23rd ANNUAL HANNA BOYS CENTER GOLF CLASSIC 2015 - Monday, September 21, 2015

Join us for the 23rd Annual Hanna Boys Center Golf Classic. The Golf Classic is open to all and raises money for our specialized education program, to give each Hanna boy the tools and confidence he needs to succeed in school.

The days program is as follows: "Shotgun start, Scramble Format"
9:30am Registration at Hanna Boys Center
11:30am Tee-off, Sonoma Golf Club (shuttle provided)
5:00pm Hosted cocktail hour and BBQ dinner at Hanna Boys center

Entry Fee: $275 includes: continetal breakfast, green fees, bagged lunch, golf cart, driving range privileges, participation gifts, refreshments on the course, and dinner.

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For more information please contact Leslie Petersen on 707 933 2555 or lpetersen@hannacenter.org

THE ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES STUDY [ACE] with GUEST SPEAKER ROBERT ANDA, MD, MS - Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Hanna Boys Center, in collaboration with our local community partners, will present an engaging and informative seminar with renowned guest speaker Dr. Robert Anda, Co-Principal Investigator of the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study [ACE].

Dr. Anda will present "The ACE Study & The Progressive Nature of Adverse Childhood Experiences." 

In the early 1990’s, Dr. Anda began a collaboration with Dr. Vincent Felitti at Kaiser Permanente in San Diego to investigate child abuse as an underlying cause of medical, social, and public health problems. This effort lead to a large-scale study funded by the CDC to track the effects of childhood trauma on health throughout the lifespan. They called it the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACE Study). Dr. Anda played a principal role in the design of the study, and serves as its co-principal investigator.

Data collected from more than 17,000 patients clearly showed that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), were common; that they had a profound negative effect on health and well-being; and were a prime determinant of the past, current and future health behaviors, social problems, disease incidence, and early death in the study population. These findings have resulted in more than 70 publications in major medical and public health journals. The ideas from this work are now influencing the design of similar research around the world.

Findings from the ACE Study have been presented at Congressional Briefings and numerous conferences around the world.  The ACE Study is being replicated in numerous countries by the World Health Organization (WHO), and is in use to assess the childhood origins of health and social problems in more than 18 U.S. states.

An overview of the Study, the concepts and the latest implications for change in systems at the community level will be presented.

This seminar is aimed at professionals and community members who want to explore how extreme stressors impact youth development, adult health and public health.

 

About Robert Anda MD, MS

Dr. Robert Anda graduated from Rush Medical College in 1979 and received his board certification in internal medicine in 1982. In 1984 he completed a fellowship in preventive medicine at the University of Wisconsin, received a Masters Degree in epidemiology, and was accepted into the Epidemic Intelligence Service at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. He conducted research in disease surveillance, behavioral health, mental health and disease, cardiovascular disease, psychosocial origins of health-risk behaviors, and childhood determinants of health.

For 10 years Dr. Anda was a senior scientific consultant for the CDC in Atlanta, but his time is increasingly devoted to traveling the nation to consult and speak with leaders in public health, medicine, corrections, judicial and social service systems and with local, state, national, and international organizations about the ACE Study. He is showing how its findings are useful to inform programs, policy, and legislation to prevent disease and disability. 

Dr. Anda is the author of more than 200 publications, including numerous government publications, and book chapters, and has received numerous awards and recognition for scientific achievements. He has appeared in national newspapers and television networks and is frequently invited to speak about the ACE Study and his experiences around the country working on applications of ACE Study concepts.

Just as in his work, Dr. Anda is passionate about gardening and scuba diving, when his schedule permits.  He also enjoys fishing and golf.  He makes his home in Fayetteville, GA. 

If you would like to attend this seminar at Hanna Boys Center, please contact lpetersen@hannacenter.org or call 707 933 2555.

23rd ANNUAL HANNA BOYS CENTER TENNIS CLASSIC - Friday, September 25, 2015

Join us for the 23rd Annual Hanna Boys Center Tennis Classic. The Classic is open to all and raises money for our specialized education program, to give each Hanna boy the tools and confidence he needs to succeed in school. 

Don't miss an exciting day of tennis in support of Hanna Boys Center at the Silverado Resort & Spa in the heart of the Napa Valley.

The days begins with registration at 8:30am while enjoying a continental breakfast. The PRO-Am tournament commences at 9:00am with support from the University of San Francisco Men's Tennis Team Head Coach.

A sit-down lunch follows the tounament with awards and participant prizes.

Entry Fee: $250 includes: court fees, continental breakfast, event shirt, participant gifts, tennis balls, refreshments, prizes, lunch, awards amd locker room access. 

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For more information please contact Leslie Petersen on 707 933 2555 or lpetersen@hannacenter.org

Hanna Boys Center is also the beneficiary of proceeds from other local events, including the PGA Charles Schwab Cup Championship, the Sonoma Valley Harvest Wine Auction and the Carneros Wine Country Half Marathon. For more events click here.

Hanna Boys Center works with a myriad of local businesses. And the Center has a long tradition of welcoming its neighbors to share its facilities, from the tennis courts and swimming pool to fields for baseball, soccer and rugby, along with meeting rooms and halls. On average, each month more than 140 area youth and families utilize Hanna’s facilities.

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