Fields Wolfe Memorial Fund 5th Annual Golf Tournament a Hit
CSU Scholars Celebrated at Luncheon After 18-Rounds of Golf

WHO: Fields Wolfe Memorial Fund, a non-profit organization organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes to bring forth the best in individuals and organizations through shaping knowledge in ways that promote public safety and reduce victimization.
WHAT: The fifth annual charity golf tournament and silent auction at Saddle Rock Golf Course, raising funds to send qualified perspective students to Colorado State University on scholarship through the Fields Wolfe Memorial Fund. Registration includes 18-rounds of golf, golf cart, tournament golf prizes, award presentations and all-you-can-enjoy barbeque lunch.
WHEN: September 10, 2009
Check-in: 7:00 a.m.
Tee Time: 8:00 a.m.
Luncheon and Silent Auction: 1:30 p.m.
WHERE: Saddle Rock Golf Course
21705 East Arapahoe Road „ Aurora, Colorado 80016
WHY: In June of 2005, Javad was to serve as a key witness for the prosecution in the trial of the murder of his business partner and friend in 2004. Javad witnessed the defendant leaving the scene of the crime. Javad cooperated with law enforcement, however he was never offered information about witness protection. On June 20, 2005, less than a week before the murder trial was set to begin, Javad and his fiancŽe, Vivian, were shot and killed to prevent his testimony.
After becoming victims of this violent crime, the families made victim advocacy and justice a priority. The mothers worked with legislative and governmental leadership in Colorado to strengthen the StateÕs Witness Protection Program. Their efforts resulted in new laws established to raise awareness surrounding witness protection and public safety.
Together, their journey to justice continues.
CONTACT: Mele Telitz, Mere Image at 303-204-4486