ABOUT THE CLASSIC

      

HONORING MIKE HOLLAND



The 2022 Holland Pools Demetree Golf Classic benefits Boys Town Central Florida and honors Mike Holland, former Boys Town Central Florida Board Member and champion.

Boys Town Central Florida is the largest campus area outside the Village of Boys Town, Nebraska. Boys Town Central Florida opened in 1986 in Oviedo. The site also works with the state of Florida to combat child abuse and neglect through one short-term Intervention and Assessment center. Community Support Services SM include Children in Need of Services/Family in Need of Services, Common Sense Parenting ® classes, and Project Safe Place, a national program that assists at-risk girls and boys in crisis. These programs and ​services touch the lives of 7,600 children and families in Central Florida each year.

Boys Town has a long history of serving as an excellent steward of our donor support. Charity Navigator, one of the nation’s largest and most-respected charity rating systems, has awarded Boys Town its highest rating for the sound management of its finances. We are very strongly positioned to continue to save children and heal families in Central Florida.

For more information about Boys Town Central Florida visit www.boystown.org/locations/central-florida.

 

Mike Holland (Earl Michael Holland) 64, of Lake Mary, Florida passed away on Monday, April 24, 2017, surrounded by loved ones at Florida Hospital Orlando.

Mike was born on December 13, 1952 in Barwick Georgia. Mike graduated from Fletcher Academy and was a Corpsman in the Navy. Mike and Gloria started their own pool company in 1995. Mike enjoyed giving a helping hand to the community and many different charities over the years. He loved to help people, especially children so it is no surprise that Boys Town Central Florida became very near and dear to his heart. So much so that he became a board member for Boys Town, sponsored many golf tournaments and Christmas Candy Cane 5k runs. Mike loved Boys Town for the work they do with the kids and for the work they do in the community.

Mike was a devoted husband, father and grandfather, his most prized role. Those who knew him loved his quick wit, sense of humor and his huge heart. While we are heartbroken that he is no longer with us, there is comfort in knowing that he is free of pain and at peace with God.

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