2013 will be the 16th year for the Annual Red Ketchum Memorial Golf Outing.
If you like to golf, why not come out and golf it up for a great cause! Parents and Friends, Inc. is holding their Annual Red Ketchum Memorial Golf Outing to benefit the disabled and elderly of La Porte County.
Kim Sauers, owner of Sauers Buick GMC in La Porte and South Bend, has volunteered to be the Red Ketchum Memorial Golf Chair for 2013. Kim has always been a supporter of Parents and Friends. “Kim’s work in the community and support of PAF made him a perfect choice for chair said,” Carl Scott, Executive Director.
Parents and Friends Inc. has been very fortunate to have great community support for this event and involvement from VIPs such as Tony Rice of Notre Dame; Jared Tomich who played for Green Bay and the Saint Louis Saints; Ron Kittle of the Chicago White Soxs and La Porte Indiana’s very own Ron Reed who played baseball with the Braves, Cardinals, Phillies and White Soxs. And let’s not forget Jarrett Payton of the Chicago Slaughter and our Disability Champion Bob Love of the Chicago Bulls.To sign up your team for the golf outing or to donate silent auction items and/or needed supplies for this event, please contact Susan Carr at 219.324.0656 x 1139 or email@example.com. The 2013 Red Ketchum Annual Golf Outing will be held at the Legacy Hills Golf Course in La Porte, Indiana on August 9th. Registration begins at 10 a.m.
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