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Glade Sun

July 2, 2013

Art Guild golf tourney fundraiser set for July 26

The 2013 Art Guild Golf Fundraiser will be held on July 26 on the Brae course, beginning at 7:30 a.m. with a shotgun start.

Entry forms can be obtained from the Fairfield Glade Golf Web-Site: www.sunflowergolf.com or at the Art Guild Web-Site: www.artguildfairfieldglade.netSend entry forms to: The Art Guild – C/O Dawn Robb 14 Leyden Court, Fairfield Glade, Tenn. 38558. Cost is $75 per person for golf, cart and  luncheon. Make sure to include your email address, this is needed for us to confirm that we have received your entry. Contact Dawn Robb by phone 456-5601, or by email at dawnrobb@citlink.net if you have any questions.

Please make sure to get your entry in as soon as possible, since there is a maximum we can take. We would like to have 12 teams in each division, men’s, women’s, or mixed teams with two men and two women. After golf we will meet at the Fairfield Conference Center for a wonderful luncheon, with cash beer and wine set up. This cost is $15, for those that are not playing golf.

Our sponsors have been very generous over the past few years and members of the Golf committee will be asking for their support again in 2013. Please remember that the real winners are the children of Cumberland County! As we work in the local schools, with homeschooled children, plus CACE, Avalon and Kids on the Rise, we are helping these children learn about the art that is all around them. Our programs have been well received by the children and their teachers and this is the only source of revenue to keep these programs alive. In addition, we will be awarding $2,000 in scholarship funds to deserving High School Seniors.

We need your help in making our  11th year the best year yet!

All contributions are gratefully appreciated, both as $100 Sponsors and gifts for our Unique Auction table.

The Art Guild at Fairfield Glade is a 501 (c ) (3) organization and an equal opportunity provider dedicated to the promotion of the arts.

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