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Golf Tournament Benefits Kids 2 Camp

The sky was deep blue, and the manicured lawns a luscious shade of green. The golfers were gathering, prepared for a beautiful day of golf on one of Washington State’s best courses, the Plateau Club in Sammamish. This was the setting for Warm Beach Camp’s first annual Kids 2 Camp Golf Tournament last year, an event that raised funds for camp scholarships to bring kids for a week of summer camp.

Following a quick lunch, the golfers headed onto the course, enjoying the golf and the camaraderie of the friends on their teams. The day ended with a delicious banquet and a program highlighting the ministry of Warm Beach Camp and the Kids 2 Camp program.

This year, put yourself into this picture. Here is the opportunity to combine two of your favorite activities into one incredible experience. Enjoy a day of golf on an outstanding course with three of your best friends, and at the same time, help Warm Beach Camp bring some kids to camp who otherwise couldn’t afford to come.

So, gather up your three golfing buddies to make a foursome, and go to the Camp’s website to sign up for this year’s Kids 2 Camp Golf Tournament. Registration is $245 per person, and includes lunch, dinner, two carts per foursome, and eighteen holes of golf.

You don’t have three friends to golf with? We are sorry to hear that, but that is no problem! We can team you up with three other golfers who could probably use a good friend like you!

The second annual Kids 2 Camp Golf Tournament will be held on September 22, 2008, at the championship course at The Plateau Club in Sammamish, Washington. Here is a great day of golf and the chance to support a program that helps change young lives.

For more information call Norm Harshaw at (425) 232-3876, or go online to the Kids 2 Camp website.

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