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Golf Tournament Benefits CDC



The 19th Annual Pencil Country Classic Golf Tournament will be held on August 23rd at Riverbend Country Club in Shelbyville, Tenn.  While enjoying a round of golf, you can help to make a difference in the life of a child.  The tournament serves as the major fundraiser for the Child Development Center, which provides early intervention services to approximately 85 children each year ages birth to three years old who have a diagnosed disability or developmental delay.

Team and sponsorship opportunities are available.  It is only through your support and participation of this event that miracles can happen at the CDC.  For more information contact the Child Development Center at 931-684-9203 or visit cdctn.org.

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