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Prevent Child Abuse Rowan Golf Tournament is today

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The 5th annual Prevent Child Abuse Rowan Golf Tournament is today.
The event was postponed two weeks ago for rainy weather.
There are still openings for golfers. Proceeds from the annual tournament, which will be today at Corbin Hills Golf Course, will benefit the Terrie Hess House.
Lunch for the event will be served at 12:30 p.m. and tee off will take place at 2 p.m.
It costs $50 per person to participate and $200 for a four-person team.
Prevent Child Abuse Rowan works to prevent child abuse in Rowan County through volunteerism, education and advocacy, and operates the Terrie Hess Child Advocacy Center for child sexual abuse victims and their non-offending families.

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