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Naaman Center Plans 25th Annual Golf Tournament

A four-person scramble golf tournament to raise funds for Naaman Center will be held on Friday, July 14, at Par Line Golf Course, 4545 E. Harrisburg Pike, Elizabethtown. Registration for the 25th annual event will begin at 7 a.m., and golfers will take to the green with a shotgun start at 8 a.m.

The tournament is open to the first 144 golfers. Interested individuals may email tfrank@naamancenter.com by Friday, June 30, to register. Entry forms may also be downloaded at http://www.naamancenter.com. The entry fee will include green fees and golf cart rental, a continental breakfast and refreshments during the tournament, the opportunity to win one of several prizes, and a complimentary post-tournament luncheon at 1 p.m.

An awards ceremony will take place during the luncheon. Prizes will be awarded to the first- and second-place teams in the open division, as well as in the 65-plus division. Additional prizes will be distributed to the top women's team, the top mixed group, and the top church team with a pastor participating. Plus, this year golfers will have the chance to win a 2017 Jeep Wrangler by sinking a hole-in-one on the hole designated by course officials.

Multiple sponsorship opportunities are available, including a new platinum sponsorship level, which will include full-page recognition in the printed materials distributed to each player, a banner display at registration or a hole on the course, and four additional golfer entries. To learn more about becoming a sponsor, readers may email tfrank@naamancenter.com.

Naaman Center is a nonprofit, faith-based drug and alcohol treatment center that provides intensive outpatient drug and alcohol abuse treatment, including individual, family, and group counseling, along with drug and alcohol evaluations.

According to executive director Tricia Frank, the annual golf tournament is Naaman Center's largest fundraiser each year. "We have to bridge the gap between the revenue that we get and what we need to operate," Frank stated. "We have a lot of people who come through our centers that can't pay the full amount, and we never turn anyone away. Having fundraisers like this is essential for Naaman Center to keep running and serving our community."

Naaman Center currently operates treatment centers in Elizabethtown, Elizabethville, Gap, Lancaster, and Quarryville. To learn more, readers may call 888-243-4316 or visit http://www.naamancenter.com.

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