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The Swing Golf Tournament to Benefit Youth in North Texas

Apr 08, 2013 04:23PM ● Published by tina

The DFW Mid-Cities Chapter of Jack and Jill of America are set to host a golf tournament benefitting youth of North Texas

Submitted by Yvonne Gilliam

Join the excitement as the DFW Mid-Cities Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated host its biennial golf tournament, The Swing, on Saturday, April 20 at Sky Creek Ranch Golf Club in Keller.  Proceeds will benefit the One Heart Project.

The One Heart Project provides at-risk and incarcerated youth a second chance.   The story of how One Heart Project began caught the attention of television producers who recently filmed the documentary in Grapevine.   The DFW Mid-Cities Chapter of Jack and Jill is delighted to donate profits from the tournament to this very important cause.

The four-person scramble tournament will kick-off at 1:00 pm with a shotgun start.  There will be numerous events including putting, closest-to-the-pin, longest drive and hole-in-one contest.  The tournament will also feature a lunch, awards reception, silent auction and the Denim & Diamonds After Party.  Cost is $175 per golfer and a variety of sponsorship opportunities are available.

Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated, is a 501© (3) national charitable organization with over 220 chapters in 35 states and has over 30,000 family members.  The core of the Jack and Jill of America philosophy is that every child can be developed into a leader.  Reaching a milestone, the organization is celebrating 75 year of service this year.

To join us in this fun-filled day of golf, visit Jack and Jill or DFW MidCities - The Swing.    

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