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Golf outing benefits Greensburg nonprofit that helps challenged kids, adults

Jeff Himler
| Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018, 1:33 a.m.

The annual Tee Up and Change Lives golf outing is set for Aug. 20 at the Westmoreland Country Club in Export.

Beginning with a noon shotgun start, the event will benefit Greensburg-based programs accessAbilities and All Abilities, which assist those with disabilities or developmental delays. The programs serve nearly 2,000 children and adults in Southwestern Pennsylvania, with a goal of “unlocking human potential and empowering people to live more independently.”

The registration fee of $175 per golfer includes a lunch buffet at 11 a.m., snacks on the course and a barbecue dinner afterward. An extra $50 fee covers a mulligan, a putting contest and raffle tickets.

“Non-golfers can attend the 5 p.m. dinner and auction at $40 per person, $150 for a table of four or $290 for a table of eight.

Visit or call 724-832-8272, ext. 1027, for more information.

Jeff Himler is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Jeff at 724-836-6622, or via Twitter @jhimler_news.

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