The Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center welcomes Vin Scully as guest speaker for the Annual Sports Luncheon on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 at the Hyatt Indian Wells Resort and Spa in Indian Wells, California.

The luncheon is presented by the Uncles of the non profit Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center at Eisenhower.  Reservations for the Uncles Sports Luncheon, to benefit the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center, are $87.50 per person or $850 for tables of ten. Call 760-773-1636 for reservations.

Vin Scully, whose status as one of the top sportscasters in history was reaffirmed recently when he was named as “baseball’s all-time best broadcaster,” is in his 59th season as the “Voice of the Dodgers.” The Hall of Famer’s 59 years of consecutive service with the Dodgers is the longest of any current sports broadcaster with one team.

In the 2005 book “Voices of Summer” by Curt Smith, Scully was named as baseball’s all-time best broadcaster based on “longevity, continuity, network coverage, kudos, language, popularity, persona, voice knowledge and miscellany.” Each criterion was rated from 1-10, with the perfect score being 100. Scully was the only broadcaster to reach that number.

Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center Uncles Club

Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center Uncles donate $1,000 annually.  Uncles Chairman, Arthur Jacobson.  To make a tax deductable contribution and become an uncle of the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center please call Development Director, Kelly Thordsen at 760.837.8337

Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center

The mission of the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center is to provide counseling for victims of child abuse, and to focus on prevention, community education and to break the cycle of generational abuse. Services are provided regardless of a family’s inability to pay.