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Dollars "Fore" Dominicans

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Deadline - April 22, 2011

We would love to have your support as a SPONSOR, DONOR, or GOLFER. Please complete the registration form  as soon as possible to ensure your sponsorship and/or participation. If you need more information, contact Sister Marie Michael Jacobs at (616)322-2034 or Terri Handlin at (616)235-1121.

The fourth annual Dollars "FORE" Dominicans golf outing will be held on Monday, May 9, 2011 at Boulder Creek Golf Club, 5750 Brewer Avenue, NE in Belmont, Michigan. As always, it will be challenging, exciting and enjoyable. We offer you the opportunity to show your support by getting "in the habit" of partnering with the Dominican Sisters ~ Gand Rapids to assist in their local needs and ministries.

This is a four-person scramble with prizes, 50-50 drawings and a silent auction for a few outstanding items. The morning flight will begin with a continental breakfast ending with lunch. If you sign up for the aftrnoon flight, you will begin with lunch.  Green fee includes dinner and award recognition at th end of your golf challenge.

For more details and to register, link to and print the brochure with registration form. The brochure also gives you the opportunity to be one of the sponsors for this event. Consider the "family" sponsorship as a great way to honor all of your siblings who want to be recognized by the Dominican Sisters.

Here is a fun way to say "Thank You!" to the SIsters who were influential in our own lives and who continue their good works throughout the community.

Now go get your clubs ready and come join in the fun!


submitted by: Rosemary Steers, Communications Specialist

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