Conley Children’s Memorial Golf Outing set for June 28

By Staff
The fourth annual Conley Children's Memorial Golf Outing has been set for June 28 at Indian Lake Hills Golf Course.
The outing, which will be hosted by Dowagiac's Kevin and Teesha Conley, has raised nearly $15,000 for charities in their children's names in its first three years.
Entry fee is $60, which includes 18 holes of golf with a cart, buffet lunch and a chance at prizes throughout the day.
A shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. will get the event under way. All players must be registered by 8 a.m.
Hole sponsorships and memory signs are available for a $100 donation. A sign will be placed on a hole along with receiving recognition in the program.
This year's proceeds will benefit three causes: The Conley Children's Fund, which supports parents that have experience the loss of a newborn or infant at Memorial Hospital in South Bend, Ind.; The Conley Children's Memorial Scholarship, which will be established at Dowagiac Union High School and Shrine High School in Royal Oak. A $500 scholarship will be awarded to a graduating senior at each school that demonstrates good academic and community standing, as well as economic need; and The Angel of Hope Memorial Garden, which provides a place of reflection and remembrance for all who have lost a child.
For more information, call Kevin Conley at 782-2540 or marius97@hotmail.com

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