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Golf Classic Fundraiser – Monday, August 29th, 2022 at the Johnson City Country Club

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Proceeds from the 2022 Golf Classic provide crucial funds to the Developmental, Residential, Employment and Health Programs which aim to increase an individuals participation in their community, independence, employability and an overall                                                                      enhanced quality of life.


PLAYER SIGN-UP – $125 per player includes: cart & green fees, lunch, goody bag, and entry into drawing for door prizes. Mulligans may be purchased for $5 each (max. 4 per player).

Additional marketing opportunities…. Donate a door prize or get your logo items in the player goody bags! Complete the In-Kind Donation form and return by August 1st. In Kind Donor Form

HISTORY – Started in 1987, this annual tournament provides multiple opportunities to test your golfing skills, win Website - golf 2015fabulous prizes and enjoy the company of individuals who share a common interest – helping adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Tennessee! This tournament has something to entice any golfer. This year’s event information Player Registration 2022

If you are interested in participating in the Golf Classic, please send forms, sign-up online or contact the Dawn of Hope Foundation Office in one of the following methods:

By Mail:
Dawn of Hope Foundation
P.O. Box 30
Johnson City, TN 37605

By Email: Heather Mullins

For more information on the Dawn of Hope Golf Classic
email Heather Mullins 
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The mission of the Dawn of Hope Foundation is to educate individuals and organizations about the existence, needs, and purpose of the Dawn of Hope, Inc. and to generate and manage resources, which will enhance the quality and scope of services provided to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Northeast Tennessee.

 
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