Simply In Case You Missed Haggin Oaks’ Turns 90

90 Years Younger, The Haggin Oaks Story premiered this week at The Crest Theater in Sacramento.

On Tuesday, December 13th on the historic Crest Theater in downtown Sacramento, practically 700 golf workers, volunteers, metropolis dignitaries, native media, clients, gross sales reps, distributors, and shut family and friends celebrated the world premiere of this documentary to rejoice a really particular golf course and its story.

Joel Johnston, Director, Haggin Oaks Turns 90

Everybody that got here to the Crest Theater on Tuesday night, December 13th was eagerly anticipating the premiere of 90 Years Younger. They craved to listen to the historical past and cross on their tales to everybody within the room.

Ken Morton,Jr., Joel Johnston, Joel Cardenas, and Terry Daubert

Joel Johnston, the movie Director, labored for months together with members of the advertising group, Ozola Cody, Barrie March, and Joel Cardenas to create this historic treasure narrated by Frank LaRosa, the voice of Haggin Oaks for the previous 20 years.  The movie was written by Ken Morton, Jr, and Joel Johnston and produced by Ken Morton, Jr. and Joel Cardenas.  The previous 8 months have been devoted to researching the previous 90 years of historical past together with the celebrities who’ve performed right here and the important thing those that formed the course as we all know it in the present day.

The skin entrance to the historic Crest Theater had 6 giant, framed posters promoting the 90 Years Younger Celebration.

Our Volunteers

Because the visitors arrived, they had been welcomed on the door by Ken Morton, Jr together with a number of of our California Eagles Athletes (Adults with disabilities). Friends checked in with our six smiling volunteers, so that they could possibly be given a ball marker poker chip to make use of on the golf course or as a fortunate appeal. The foyer superbly displayed our Silent Public sale, with all proceeds from the public sale given to Morton Golf Basis, a 501c3 giving again to native youth, disabled and underserved. 

90 Years Younger confirmed the expansion of the land, individuals & sport. 

We are able to’t wait to see the following 90.