Camp Joy First Annual Benefit Golf Tournament Scheduled For Oct. 20

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

There will be a First Annual Benefit Golf Tournament to raise funds for Camp Joy. The tournament will be held at Bear Trace at Harrison Bay on Oct. 20 with an 8 a.m. Shot Gun start. The cost is $ 75 per person with 4 members to a team. If a team gets a sponsorship of $500 the team will play for free. 

There will be contest including long drive, closest to the pin, and putting.

Oct. 6 is the last day to enter the tournament. A Barbeque Banquet is going to be at Camp Joy, 6621 Hunter Rd, Harrison at 1 p.m. Spouses are welcomed at the banquet and can eat for a $10 donation. Door prizes will be given at the Banquet and a Silent Auction will be held. 

For more information contact Mel Leatherman at 322-1404. 



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