Emmaus Community Tapped by Liberty Mutual for Charity Golf Tournament

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The Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh, has been chosen by Liberty Mutual Insurance to be part of its charitable golf tournament challenge. Liberty Mutual will be supporting the Emmaus Community Golf Outing scheduled for Nevillewood on September 23, 2013.

The Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh, a premier provider of housing and support services for people with intellectual disabilities and autism, has been chosen by Liberty Mutual Insurance to be part of its charitable golf tournament challenge. Liberty Mutual will be supporting the Emmaus Community Golf Outing scheduled for Nevillewood on September 23, 2013. The winning foursome of the Emmaus event will be invited to play in the Liberty Mutual Invitational national championship in the spring of 2014.

“Our Emmaus event is enjoyed by the participants every year,” said Karen Jacobsen, Emmaus Executive Director. “The added support of Liberty Mutual and the chance for one of our foursomes to win an invitation to play in a national tournament just makes it more exciting.”

The Liberty Mutual Invitational will be played at the famous Pinehurst Resort in Pinehurst, North Carolina in March, 2014. Enter the Emmaus charity outing and your foursome could win a chance to play at Pinehurst.

To register for the Emmaus Community event at Nevillewood, contact Tiffany Merriman-Preston at 412-381-0277 or tmerrimanpreston@emmauspgh.org.
 
For more information about the Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh, visit http://www.emmauspgh.org. To learn more about the Liberty Mutual Insurance Invitational, visit http://www.libertymutualinvitational.com.

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About Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh
The Emmaus mission calls us to share our lives with one another. For more than 20 years, Emmaus has been providing permanent homes, respite care, and advocacy for people with intellectual disabilities and autism. We are an ecumenical, non-profit organization built upon a vision of people with and without disabilities sharing their lives. In living, working, and breaking bread together, people enjoy fellowship by sharing who they are and what they have with one another.

To learn more, volunteer or donate, visit http://www.emmauspgh.org.

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