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Virginia Wounded Warrior Program Region III 1st Annual Golf Tournament
Virginia Wounded Warrior Program Region III 1st Annual Golf Tournament
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Date/Time
Saturday, June 28th 2014
All Day

Location
Botetourt Golf & Swim Club

Join the Virginia Wounded Warrior Program Region III at Botetourt Country Club for the first annual 4-man Captain Choice Golf tournament on June 28th, 2014. A $65.00 registration per person includes green and cart fees, lunch and awards. Registration deadline is June 20th. Come compete for multiple prizes including a $10,000 hole -in-one contest. Support your Virginian Veterans and their families. All proceeds will stay in Southwest Virginia. For event information look us up on Face Book or call 540-404-1134 email vwwpgolftournament@gmail.com

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