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Osceola County native enterprise golf match raises $1300 for Tight Traces For Troops – The Pioneer

OSCEOLA COUNTY – One veterans group benefited from the help of two native Osceola County companies who teamed up and used golf to boost donation cash.

Ashton Common Retailer and Sunny’s Bar & Grill invited people to participate in a golf match to profit the Tight Lines For Troops group.

The match raised over $1,300 for the veteran’s group which is internet hosting its annual fishing occasion in Manistee Could 19-20.

Ashton Common Retailer is owned by Dan Goodman alongside along with his brother Dan and his spouse DeAnna.

Dan Goodman stated the golf match advantages a brand new trigger annually.

“We’ve had it for the final couple of years,” Dan Goodman stated. “It’s a golf outing for our clients and purchasers that come to go to our companies. This previous yr, the golf outing had gotten so massive that we determined that so many individuals have been coming in, we needed to attempt to do some kind of fifty/50 drawing to help some kind of charity.”

The occasion had over 60 golfers with a lot of volunteers serving to out on the outing at Marquette Trails Golf Course in Baldwin in September.

The Tight Line For Troops group works with different Michigan teams just like the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians, the Little River On line casino Resort, the United Veterans Council, Rolling Thunder Michigan Chapter No. 1, the Nationwide Guard and Coast Guard, in addition to a variety of non-public companies.

A few of the golfers with the golf match volunteer their time with Tight Traces For Troops.

Native veteran Brian Rasmussen received the raffle on the match and donated a complete of $1,300 after giving his winnings again to the Tight Traces For Troops group.

Goodman stated the outing itself was successful. 

“(Veterans) have executed a lot for all of us, clearly,” DanGoodman stated. “It’s our one little method of attempting to offer again. We’re simply attempting to handle any of our veterans domestically. That is what we actually favored was the cash did keep native. Our veterans have given a lot for all of us, and we’ve some veterans which might be on our golf outings with us we thought it was good to offer that recognition. It went over very, very effectively.”

For extra info on Tight Traces for Troops go to: http://tightlinesfortroops.com/.



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