We are all affected by the COVID-19 pandemic but the need in our community continues.  In lieu of the cook-cook we have decided to move forward with our 2nd Annual Golf Tournament for our two beneficiaries.

On Friday, October 23, 2020, with flights at 8am and 1pm we will host the golf tournament at Grand Ridge Golf Course.

We are still signing up teams.  Please have your team captain submit a request to include your team, or enter as an individual, and send an email to claudeadams@gmail.com  We will add you to our roster and see you on Friday morning.

Please consider supporting these two through hole sponsorship or donations.

Dat Dads’ Club is a licensed Louisiana Non-Profit, EIN 81-3896157. Our 990 Form is available for review on our website.

Click on the drop down box below to complete your payment as a player, team captain, or as a sponsor.  We appreciate your support.  Food and drink sponsors will be contact 24 hours prior to the event to discuss hole locations and or restrictions due to course conditions.

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Dat Dads’ Club would like to announce our 2020 beneficiaries for the 4th Annual Gradoux on the Bayou Pastalaya Cookoff, being held on March 21.2020. Both of these children have had a difficult start to their lives and are fighters. We can help their families continue the fight.

Avery Stromeyer is the 14 month old daughter of Stephen and Amanda Stromeyer and they currently reside in Luling. Avery was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis at 9 days old. Cystic Fibrosis is a lifelong illness that affects the lungs and digestion. Avery will need lifelong care to help with the symptoms and medication.

Our second beneficiary is Jonah Landry. Jonah is the 5 month old son of Cory and Jessica Landry, who also reside in Luling. Jonah was diagnosed with Down Syndrome and a hole was discovered in his heart. Since birth Jonah has been intubated 3 times and has had 9 blood transfusions. In addition to that, on January 31, 2020, Jonah underwent open heart surgery. To say this kid is a fighter doesn’t even scratch the surface.