We are off to celebrate July 4th. As we do it will bring back memories of Paul Revere and the brave souls that wanted to make certain that we were separated from England.
And while our country was “independent” it would take years for women, African/Hispanic Americans to gain such freedoms. I am reminded that we are remembering the 50th anniversary of President Lyndon Baines Johnson signing on July 2, 1964 the Civil Rights Act.
As we recognize July 4, remember our troops that continue to fight for our freedom and democracy, the democracy that many countries seek.
As we enjoy our hot dogs, hamburgers and apple pie, remember that some Americans continue to seek freedoms for the way they choose to live. And others seek the freedom of America, a way of life they do not experience.
As we enjoy family and friends take a moment to remember.
Most of all, enjoy your time away and refresh knowing the impact we have and will have for years to come…
Joe Louis Barrow, Jr.
Chief Executive Officer
The First Tee