Golf For Kids’ Sake

Golf For Kids’ Sake
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Date/Time
Friday, September 27th 2013
1:00 pm

Location
Northridge Hills Golf Course

Golf For Kids’ Sake will be held at Northridge Hills Golf Course in Jacksonville, Illinois on Friday, September 27, 2013 with shotgun start at1 p.m.
Golf For Kids’ Sake is a great way for the community to support the children in our community while having fun. Golfers have a chance to win a variety of prizes, including gift certificates to Par-A-Dice Hotel/Casino or a variety of foursomes of golf at several area courses.
Donations are $65 per golfer or $250 per foursome which include 18 holes of golf, cart, and dinner. Sponsorship opportunities are still available to get some great marketing and advertising for your company while supporting a great cause.  Golf team online registration is available at https://bbbswci.ejoinme.org/MyPages/GolfRegistrationForm/tabid/135194/Default.aspx
If you have questions or want more information call Big Brothers Big Sisters of West Central Illinois at 217-243-3821 or visit http://www.BigMagic.org.

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