Mechanical Services of Central Florida golf benefit postponed

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Mechanical Services of Central Florida has postponed its annual golf benefit, which we first told you about here.

The golf benefit will work to raise funds in support of Frontline Outreach, Inc.

Frontline Outreach provides a “safe haven where community youth and their families participate in programs and activities that promote leadership, entrepreneurship, academics and the discipline essential to succeeding on the world stage,” according to the nonprofit’s website.

MSI’s annual golf benefit event will commemorate the organization’s business anniversary while also celebrating its commitment to serving the community by raising money for Frontline.

Bill Dillard, golf benefit founder, said sponsorship for the event is by the organization’s old company, EMCOR Mechanical Services, who will cover 100% of the costs of putting on the benefit, so that every dollar invested in fees and sponsorships goes to Frontline and Legends Academy Charter School.

The founder said money raised will benefit close to 400 students and teachers at the school.

The organization’s goal this year is $200,000, which will put MSI over the $2 million mark for investments made for Frontline and Legends Academy by the event.

The event will now take place on Friday, Dec. 16.

For more information or to sign-up, contact Mary Cleveland at or Dwight Mitchell at

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