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Tee off for kids with cancer to benefit the Shining Stars Foundation and Transform Lives

Arrowhead Golf Course in Littleton.

Looking for a great way to kick off your Summer 2018? The Shining Stars Foundation is hosting the 14th Annual Tee Off for Kids with Cancer Golf Tournament fundraiser to continue to give strength, support, and hope to children living with pediatric cancer or another life-threatening illness.

Shining Stars has provided over 750 families with outdoor, social, and recreational experiences. As over 90 percent of the Foundation’s programs have a waitlist, this golf tournament provides an excellent opportunity to ignite hope while having fun out on the course; 100 percent of the proceeds benefit Shining Stars and will help immensely in furthering the goal to help more families.

Please join us and tee off on Friday, June 8, 2018 at 8 a.m. The four-person scramble will be held at the Arrowhead Golf Club, voted one of the best courses to play by Golf Digest. The tournament includes a breakfast buffet, Bloody Mary bar, on-course drinks, contests, prizes, golf cart, range time, player gift, and a post-round awards banquet, including lunch from a brand-new, savory menu. There will also be a silent auction and raffle as part of the event.

Excellent sponsorship and in-kind opportunities are available, which can help your business gain great exposure while changing the lives of the Shining Stars’ children and their families.

To learn more about Sponsorship or to Register, please visit our website’s event page at http://www.shiningstarsfoundation.org/teeoff, or please phone 970-726-8009.

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