Chip in For Kids Golf Scramble

Chip in For Kids Golf Scramble
Chip in For Kids Golf Scramble
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Friday, June 13th 2014
11:00 am

On June 13, 2014, The Center for Youth and Family Solutions will host a golf scramble at the Elks Country Club in Lincoln Illinois to benefit local families in crisis.  Day of event registration begins at 11:00 A.M. with shot gun start at 12:00 noon. Cost per golfer will be $60.00 or $240.00 per team of 4.  Last year The Center for Youth and Family Solutions served nearly 1,200 people in Lincoln and the surrounding area through foster care and adoptions services, intact services and professional counseling services.  This fundraiser will be used to purchase beds, dressers and emergency needed items for the families we serve.  You can help by playing a round of golf for the kids! Register before the event by calling (217) 732-3771 ask for Diane.  Space is limited so call early.

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