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First Glow In the Dark golf tournament June 16

Friends of the Spencer Doll and Toy Museum will host a fund-raising golf tournament on Friday, June 16. to raise money for North Carolina’s only doll, toy and miniature museum.

Registration includes green and cart fees for 18 holes of golf, 9 Twilight and 9 Night. Also includes glow-in-the-dark golf balls, putting contest, dinner, live music, silent auction items, door prizes and more.

Serving as chairmen for the event are Faye Cline, Ronnie Edson, Wayne Kennerly, and Susan Morris.

The event will be held at Rolling Hills Golf Course, located at 275 Par Drive, Salisbury.

Registration begins at 4:30 p.m. and tee-off is at 5:30 p.m., Captain’s Choice.

A cash prize of $400 will be awarded for the first place team.  The second place team will receive prizes, too.

Cline has high hopes for the tournament. “We hope the Glow In-the-Dark Golf Tournament will become a fun and important annual event which will support the museum.”

The rain date for the event is Friday, June 24.

The Mona and Lee Wallace Foundation and BethAmy Retirement Center will be the presenting co-sponsors for the event. Hunt’s Concessions will prepare dinner for the event.

For more information on the golf tournament, or to find out how you can donate to the museum, contact Susan Morris at 704-239-0683, or visit www.SpencerDollAndToyMuseum.com

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