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September Swing, Marvin United Methodist Church and the Mikey Foundation, Co-Sponsors

Date(s): 9/26/2015

Saturday, September 26 | 12pm

Gordan Lakes Golf Club, Fort Gordon, Augusta, GA.
The 5th Annual September Swing is dedicated to Bill DaVitte. Funds will be donated to missions and scholarships. Join the Best Ball Tournament for fun and fellowship. Various Prizes include: Golf Cart, "Hole-in-one", UGA tickets, free Golf rounds at local courses, restaurant gift cards, Masters Souvenirs and others.

12pm Driving Range, Putting Practice and Lunch, 1:00pm Tee Time, Shot Gun Start
Sandy Leathers (706)833-4093 SandyLeathers@knology.net

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Playing for the Pets Golf tournament

Date(s): 9/14/2015

September 14, 2015 | 8:00am

Houndslake Country Club, Aiken, SC
Registration begins at 8am
Tournament starts at 9am
$75 a person

Four person Captain's Choice Golf Tournament sponsored by Milton Ruben Toyota features a Par-3 Hole-In-One chance to win a new car.
Single players are welcome and will be assigned to a team. No handicaps required.
Prizes and Raffles will be held during play.
For more information about the event or to buy your ball drop ticket, contact Sandy or Ross Staiger: (803) 226-9672 or golf@fotaiken.org

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Shepeard Community Blood Center's 7th Annual Golf Tournament

Date(s): 11/9/2015

Monday, November 9, 2015 | Registrations starts at 8:30am

West Lake Country Club
This tournament is a four person scramble.
Contests: Closest to the Pin, Longest Drive, Putting Contest, Hole in One Contest

Please consider making plans to join us for this wonderful event. Your contributions are tax-deductible and will go toward helping us keep our Blood Mobiles and other equipment in readiness to serve our faithful donors and partner hospitals.

Registration Deadline is Monday, October 12, 2015.
Pamela B. Rascon
O 706.737.4551

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