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Golf tournament on April 29 to benefit Rowan Helping Ministries

SALISBURY — Rowan Helping Ministries’ seventh annual golf tournament will be held on Saturday, April 29 at Corbin Hills Golf Club.

The tournament is held annually in memory of Ted Luther of western Rowan County who helped get the tournament started to benefit Rowan Helping Ministries.

Tee-off will begin at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start, and the format will be Captain’s Choice.

Prize money will be awarded to the winning teams in each flight. Individual contests will include longest putt, closest to the pin and longest drive. Door prizes will be given out and lunch will be provided to all players.

Sponsorship opportunities are available and range from $100 to $750.

Sponsors confirmed to date are: Fleming Tomatoes, Moore Farm, Pam Lewis of Carolina Farm Credit, Mid-Carolina Electric Co., WoodForest Bank, Rowan Animal Clinic, Snow Benefits Group, Snyder’s-Lance, Wayne and Pat Kluttz, Father & Son Produce Market, Mark Byrd State Farm Insurance, the men’s and women’s groups from Thyatira Presbyterian Church, Wayne and Pat Kluttz, Nick and Kris Mueller, Gary Applewhite and Linda and Paul Rogers.

To secure a spot as a sponsor, team or player, please visit Rowan Helping Ministries website at www.rowanhelpingministries.org and click on the link to the golf tournament on the landing page.

Or you may contact Kris Mueller, director of resource development, at kmueller@rowanhelpingministries.org for more information and team and sponsor forms.

Serving on this year’s planning committee are Paul and Linda Rogers, Wayne Kluttz, Nick Mueller, Jeff Matthews, Gary Applewhite, Phil Conrad, Scott Jones and Michael Childress.

Proceeds from the tournament will support services at Rowan Helping Ministries, including the homeless shelter, Jeannie’s Kitchen, Crisis Assistance Program, Clothing Center, Food Pantry, New Tomorrows classes, Life Coaching and a satellite food pantry at Rowan Helping Ministries West in Mt. Ulla.

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