Chattanooga Eagles To Host Charity Benefit September 19

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Chattanooga Fraternal Order of Eagles #945 and Ladies Auxiliary invite the community to hit the links in support of various local and international charities at its 6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament Friday, Sept. 19, at the Brown Acres Golf Course, 406 Brown Rd.

The event is open to the public at a cost of $100 per-player or $400 per-four person team
if registered by Sept. 12 and $110 per-player and $440 per-team after. The tournament is
four-person select shot format with prizes for the top three teams as well as a donation
will be made in each persons name to the Memorial Center for Cancer Support.

There
will also be prizes for longest drive, straightest drive and closest to hole. Each winning
team member will receive a trophy. There will also be a putting for dollars contest.
This year, the golf tournament, will be making a donation to The Memorial Hospital
Center for Cancer Support in the names of the three winning teams. Donations will also
be made to other charities.

An awards dinner will be held at the Chattanooga Eagles Aerie, 6130 Airways
Blvd., following the tournament. Each player can bring one guest to the awards dinner,
other guests will be $5 per person. There will be entertainment at the Aerie until
midnight.

For information contact Tournament Co-Chairpersons Richard or Brenda Morris at 423-
902-1178 or the Aerie at 423-894-9940.



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