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‘Golfing For Good’ outing breaks record

Published: Thursday, Aug. 22, 2013 5:30 p.m. CST
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St. Charles Noon Kiwanis co-chair Brian Ducey (from left), Lazarus House director Liz Eakins, Donna Bauer of Lazarus House, Julie Purcell of Lazarus House, Kiwanis president Betsy Penny and Kiwanis co-chair Michael Larson showcase the funds raised at the 2013 “Golfing for Good” outing that took place in June.

ST. CHARLES  – The 2013 “Golfing For Good” outing that took place in June at the Royal Fox Country Club in St. Charles raised $32,000 for the St. Charles Noon Kiwanis and Lazarus House.

The outing was a record-breaking event, with Kiwanis presenting $16,000 to Lazarus House, as their share of the fundraising efforts.

Both organizations serve the children and the needy within the local community. The money will go toward each organization’s missions of serving children and families.

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