Chick-fil-A Broadway Crossing to Host Check Presentation for Sheriff Larry Smith, First Responders and Friends Golf Tournament Benefiting Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County

Tyler, Texas on July 11, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. – Chick-fil-A Broadway Crossing will be presenting Sheriff Larry Smith, First Responders and Friends Golf Tournament with funds they raised through the Chick-fil-a Celebrity Drive Thru event benefiting Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County.

Chick-fil-A Broadway Crossing hosted a series of Celebrity Drive Thru events every Monday during the month of May. The events were held to benefit Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County through the Sheriff Larry Smith, First Responders and Friends Golf Tournament slated for Monday, October 1, 2018.

The golf tournament lead by Sheriff Larry R. Smith is in its fourth year and raised over $125,000 for children served at Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County. Children’s Advocacy Center coordinates the efforts of law enforcement agencies, Department of Family & Protective Services Child Protective Services, criminal prosecutors, therapists, victim advocates, and community volunteers in a child-friendly environment in order to bring healing and recovery to child victims of abuse and their families.

Through the unified efforts of leaders in The Smith County Sheriff’s Office, Tyler Police Department, Tyler Fire Department, UT Health East Texas EMS and additional donations, brought in by Chick-fil-A Broadway Crossing, the month-long fundraiser raised over $5,000 for Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County.

Local celebrities include, Sheriff Larry R. Smith, Tyler PD Chief Jimmy Toler, Public Information Officer Don Martin, Tyler Fire Chief David Coble, Shelby Romo and Jimmy Zednick with UT Health East Texas EMS, City Councilman Bob Westbrook, Pastor Kim Beckham and Chick-Fil-A operator Jeff Johnston.