Helping Our Heros – Mini Golf Charity Outing

July 19, 2009

Come out to Par King Skill Golf in (21711 Milwaukee Avenue) Lincolnshire on Tuesday, July 28th and support military families in financial need.  Founded on Ken Hager’s motto that ‘ it was rewarding to experience business success but it is more rewarding to help those less fortunate’, members of the RANWC (Realtor Association of Northwest Chicagoland) are stepping up to the tee box.

Members will putt-away at 2:00 PM and play 18 holes for just $45 dollars and immediately join fellow members at the Cubby Bear next door treated to 2 hours of open bar (sponsored kindly by United Mortgage Services) 2 hours access to a buffet and 50/50 cash raffles!

Space will be limited so RSVP by July 20th to attend this great cause.  Helping our Heros mission is this: ‘Helping our Illinois Military Service men/women, firemen/women, policemen/women, and veterans with home-related expenses because of financial troubles—help us help them.’

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