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Details of Golf Invitational to benefit Boys & Girls Club of Halls/Powell announced

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Details of Golf Invitational to benefit Boys & Girls Club of Halls/Powell announced

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. The 13th annual Halls/Powell Golf Invitational to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Halls/Powell is set to take place on Monday, May 23 at Beaver Brook Golf & Country Club.

The event will begin at 11:30 a.m. with a complimentary luncheon at the Club, located at 6800 Beaver Brook Drive. The shotgun tee-off begins at 1 p.m. and an awards reception will follow the tournament at 5:30 p.m.

“Participating in this tournament is a perfect way to help the Boys & Girls Club of Halls/Powell and have a great day out on the course as well,” said Chad Browning, event co-chair. “Playing golf for a good cause makes it twice as good!”

This tournament is held in memory of Daniel R. Burnette for his involvement in the establishment of the Boys & Girls Club of Halls/Powell and his leadership of the tournament for more than two years.

The invitational is open to the public. An entry fee of $250 per player is required for registration, and $190 of that fee is tax-deductible. All registered players will received a $50 Adidas gift card.

Several levels of sponsorships are still available for this tournament.

Players may register online at www.HallsPowellGolf.com or contact Josh Yarbrough, Executive Director, Boys & Girls Club of Halls/Powell, at (865) 232-1218 to ask for a registration form.

For additional information, contact the event co-chairs, Chad Browning at (865) 925-9593 or Danny Fleming at (865) 250-9984.

To schedule a media interview, contact Sarah Malak at (865) 584-0550 or smalak@ackermannpr.com.

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About Boys & Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley

The Boys & Girls Club of Halls/Powell is a member of Boys & Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley, which currently serves 5,825 members, ages 5 to 17 years old throughout the region. The organization also provides 414,970 USDA hot meals and snacks annually for members free of charge. The Clubs see as many as 1,200 youth walk through the doors on any given day. There are 15 Club locations in Knox, Blount, Loudon and Northern Anderson Counties. The organization employs more than 260 trained, professional, caring staff and welcomes more than 1,200 volunteers annually. It is a charter member of United Way.

Media Contact:
Sarah Malak
(865) 584-0550                                                                                    
smalak@ackermannpr.com

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