Take a Swing for Keystone’s Children & Family Services in the Keystone Golf and Tennis Tournament

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Join Keystone Human Services Children & Family Services for the 31st Annual Golf and Tennis Tournament on June 17, the golf and new tennis tournament will be held at a new venue, the Country Club of Harrisburg. Participants enjoy a day of golf or tennis, refreshments, raffles, and other contests and prizes and the golf and tennis tournament benefits Keystone Human Services Children & Family Services.

Take a swing in Keystone Human Services Children & Family Services’ 31st Annual Golf and Tennis Tournament on June 17 at a beautiful new venue, the Country Club of Harrisburg. Participants will enjoy a scramble-format round of golf or the new tennis tournament.

Select holes in the golf tournament include contests, such as the longest drive, straightest drive, and 50/50 putt. There will be cash and other exciting prizes for the male and female winners. Mulligan and raffle tickets will also be sold.

Registration for the golf and tennis tournaments begins at 11:30 a.m. The golf tournament begins at 1 p.m. with a shot gun start. The tennis tournament begins at 1 p.m. The day concludes at 6 p.m. with refreshments and awards.

It costs $160 for a single golfer and $100 for a tennis player. Lunch is included for all participants. Sponsorship and advertising opportunities are available. Please register online [link to https://www.keystonehumanservices.org/events/golf-and-tennis-tournament/ by June 10, 2013.

For more information or for sponsorship and advertising opportunities, visit http://www.keystonehumanservices.org.

The annual golf tournament benefits Keystone Human Services Children & Family Services, which provides community-based services for children and families in Pennsylvania. Children & Family Services includes Capital Area Head Start, Susquehanna Service Dogs, Early Intervention, Therapeutic Foster Care, and Children’s Autism Services, among others.

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