Raising the Par tees off July 19

Scramble tournament to benefit Nexus Youth and Families

  • Thursday, July 12, 2018 1:08pm
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Raising the Par, the Nexus Youth and Families’ benefit golf tournament, tees off at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, July 19, at Washington National, 14330 SE Husky Way, Auburn.

Proceeds support the agency and its far-reaching work in the community. The nonprofit is committed to youth and their better future in the greater South King County area.

The day includes hole competition with prizes and promotional items; a silent auction; team photos; complimentary drink tickets; lunch and dinner.

Fee is $150 per player.

Registration begins at noon for the scramble-format tournament.

Register online at nexus4kids.org/golf.

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