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Golfing For A Home

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It takes a special person to sacrifice their time and money to help the less fortunate. 19-year-old Margo Lovelace is that person.

She is a member of Salem Baptist in Lincolnton, NC and has been going on Mission Trips for years. The church took one last year to War, West Virginia and Margo met a mother and son that touched her heart.

The mother and son had escaped an abusive husband/father but they live with no power, water, or heat. Knowing that, Margo took matters into her hands.

With the help of her boyfriend, Brandon Locklin she is putting together a golf tournament to buy that mother and son a new home. All proceeds will go to War, West Virginia house project.

The tournament (Captains choice) is May 17 at Glen Oaks Golf Club in Maiden, NC.
Shotgun start @ 1:30 p.m.
$55 per player (includes the round of golf and meal)
$5 for each mulligan, limit 2.

*REQUIRED ENTRY BY MAY 10*

For more info on the tournament contact Margo Lovelace: smlovelace10@gmail.com or Brandon Locklin: 980-241-9868
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