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Benefit golf tourney set for Nov. 2

The Union Staff

A benefit golf tournament set up to aid Teryle French has been scheduled for Nov. 2 at Black Oak Golf Club in Auburn.

The cost is $60 per player and that includes nine holes of golf with a cart. There will also be prizes, a dinner and a costume contest. Check in is at noon and there is a shotgun start at 2 p.m.

Proceeds from the benefit will go toward the medical bills for Teryle French’s recovery.

For more information or to register contact Mo Barrios at 530-210-0394 or Earl Cross at 530-559-1137.


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