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Golf tournament benefits schools

The sixth annual Langley School District Foundation golf tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 31.

The event, to raise funds to support school sports programs, features 18 holes at Redwoods Golf Course, a tailgate party prior to tee-off, prizes, snacks, a BBQ steak and salmon dinner, and a live and silent auction.

Foursomes are $725 or $195 for a single.

Featured prizes include chances to win $25,000, or a all-inclusive trip for two to the US Open in San Francisco.

There are also golf packages, a Blackberry, golf clubs and E-Readers, iPhones and more.

Auction items include a trip of a lifetime to any professional sporting event in North America, a weekend of golf at Port Ludlow, art, hockey collectables, jewelry and more.

The Langley School District Foundation mission is provide and support programs that are not fully funded by the Ministry of Education.

Sponsorships, silent auction donations and registrations are welcomed. For more information call 604-532-1464.

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