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June 9, 2014

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Children’s League golf tournament June 12-13 at CCC

CUMBERLAND — The Children’s League will hold its 31st annual golf tournament Thursday and Friday, June 12-13 at the Cumberland Country Club.



The pre-tournament cocktail party and auction, Thursday, June 12, at 6 p.m., is open to the public for a nominal fee with all proceeds supporting the free services offered to League patients and families. To play golf or to make a donation contact any golf committee member, Rich McKenzie, Carl Belt, Jr. or Robert Martin, Jr., or call the League office at 301-759-5200.



This year’s event is dedicated to the memory of the late Morton W. Peskin Jr.

WGW benefit golf event June 20-21 at Lodestone, Oakland

OAKLAND — Friday, June 20 at Lodestone Golf Club in McHenry, and Saturday, June 21 at Oakland Golf Club, the third WGW Benefit Golf Tournament will take place. The event benefits Landon’s Library, The Samantha Funding the Arts program and The Andrew S. Woods Memorial Scholarship.



Registration for golf on June 20 at Lodestone begins at 8:30 a.m. with a 9:30 a.m. shotgun start. Dinner, prizes and a silent auction will follow.



On June 21 at Oakland a 5K Fun Color Run/Walk begins at 8 a.m. with a 7:30 a.m. registration and Saturday is Kids Activities and Family Fun All Day. The golf begins with a noon shotgun start. Dinner and prizes follow. A Helicopter Golf Ball Drop begins at 5 p.m., followed by a raffle, with the silent auction on display all day until 7:30 p.m.



For more information on the WGW Benefit Golf Tournament,
go to Facebook or to wgwgolf.org.

Salem Trust golf tournament June 28

RAWLINGS — Maryland Salem Children's Trust has openings for its golf outing at Fore Sisters Golf Course on Saturday, June 28, at 8 a.m. Salem serves abused, neglected and/or adjudicated children who cannot live with their families. Having served over 700 children, more than one-half of the children at Salem are from the local area.



Players can enter the outing
individually or as part of a team. Single players will be accommodated to the extent possible. The entry fee includes golf, lunch, refreshments, two golf clubs (a wedge and a hybrid) and discount coupons for purchases. There will be a $20,000 holein- one prize on No. 18, as well bonus hole-in-one prizes for any of the course’s five parthree holes. In addition, prizes will be awarded for first-place and second-place teams, the longest drive and closest to the pin on par-three holes.



To enter, contact Robin Foreman at 301-268-4885 or
Kristen Fischetti at 301-689-8176 extension 208.

First Gene Scaletta tournament July 11

FROSTBURG — The First Gene Scaletta Golf Tournament will run Friday, July 11, at Maplehurst Country Club.



Anyone interested in playing in the four-man scramble has until July to register. Play begins with a 1 o’clock shotgun start.



All registered players will receive power balls, beverages and food on the course and a shot at a 50/50 drawing.

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