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VFW - PTSD Benefit

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Event# 913-235-9387 Syndi

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VFW Post 10552 is hosting a golf tournament to benefit our returning troops suffering with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Currently, veterans with PTSD are able to come to the VFW Post at 8804 Grant St. in Overland Park any or every Tuesday at 7:00 pm where they have access to counselors and can receive assistance with VA claims. We want to offer more services to our returning veterans and need golfers and hole sponsors to make our tournament and goal a success. The tournament is taking place on Aug 8, 2015 at the Gardner Golf Course in Gardner, KS. Individual golfers can play for $70, and if a foursome signs up, each player only pays $65. The tournament starts at 7:30 am with an awards dinner to follow at the Post in Overland Park. Raffles, contests, and prizes should make it a great experience for all with the goal of helping our veterans. Questions can be texted to Syndi at 913-235-9387 or emailed to sdovevfwfundraiser@gmail.com

VFW - PTSD Benefit

Address : Gardner Golf Course, 15810 S Gardner Road Gardner KS
Phone : 913-235-9387 Syndi   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $70 per golfer

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