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Golf and Crawfish Bash Features Fun, Chance to Help Abused Kids

Terrance Metcalf

On June 2 area golfers will have the chance to to play a fantastic round at the Country Club of Oxford, eat all the crawfish they can consume and support one of the best causes imaginable — the fight to protect abused kids.
Openings are still available for the 28-team field who will compete in the 4-man scramble. Also available are hole sponsorships and various support packages. Winning teams will earn wonderful prizes.
The first-ever Terrance Metcalf Golf and Crawfish Bash will take place at the Country Club with Tee-off at 10 a.m. A silent auction will take place from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and donations are still be accepted for this event.
Tickets for the crawfish boil are available for $20 for non-golfers.
Certainly the greatest opportunity connected to this event is the the chance to help abused and desperate children and families in our area. The mission of the Exchange Club Family Center, direct benefactor of this fundraiser, is simple but profound:
All-you-can-eat crawfish can’t be beat.

“The agency’s mission is to break the cycle of child abuse and neglect through prevention, intervention and educational services., and to replace abusive behavior with effective skills for responsible parenting.”
“Before today is over, four children will DIE because their little bodies cannot bear any more ABUSE.”
This is an event with fantastic potential for fun, and the personal satisfaction that you’re literally helping children in danger in our area.
Call. Fred Johnson for more information at 662-234-4255 or contact him at fajohnson411@gmail.com
You can fax Fred with your intentions at 662-234-4495.
The 4-man scramble will be fun and competitive.

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