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Putting a Round for a Good Cause
(Baltimore, MD) - This summer at the 3rd Annual Festival of Tees golf tournament, miniature golfers of all ages will tee off in a competition for a good cause. ParTee Golf, in Perry Hall, Maryland, will once again host the tournament on Saturday, August 21. All funds raised from this golfing event will go to the Silberstein-Harryman Endowment at Kennedy Krieger Institute to benefit children with cerebral palsy and spina bifida.
The Festival of Tees is Baltimore's only national qualifier miniature golf tournament. As in past years the first and second place winners in this miniature game for a giant cause will head to the National Harris Cup Finals, this year in Vestal, NY on October 3rd. The Harris Cup is the most coveted award in miniature golf, and the competition's champion will also win $10,000 in prize money.
Registration is $25 and participants can register in person at ParTee Golf in Perry Hall until August 21st or until registration is full. Registration forms can also be downloaded online and submitted via postal mail or e-mail.
|What:||3rd Annual Festival of Tees - national miniature golf qualifier tournament|
|When:||Saturday, August 21, 2010 at 9:00 a.m.|
|Where:||ParTee-Golf (course is wheel-chair accessible)
4123 E. Joppa Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21236
|Call 410-254-PUTT (7888) or visit www.partee-golf.com|
About Kennedy Krieger Institute
Internationally recognized for improving the lives of children and adolescents with disorders and injuries of the brain and spinal cord, the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, MD serves more than 16,000 individuals each year through inpatient and outpatient clinics, home and community services and school-based programs. Kennedy Krieger provides a wide range of services for children with developmental concerns mild to severe, and is home to a team of investigators who are contributing to the understanding of how disorders develop while pioneering new interventions and earlier diagnosis. For more information on Kennedy Krieger Institute, visit www.kennedykrieger.org.