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Foundation Assisting Seniors™ will host its 14th annual Charity Golf Tournament on May 29.

The tournament begins with a 7:30 a.m. “Shotgun” start and includes a four-person scramble. The fee is $100/player, and participants can sign up as an individual or team. There will be contests throughout the duration of the event. Sponsorships start at $250 for the “Bronze” package (tee sign on each hole and company name listed in program), $800 for the “Silver” package (foursome in tournament, a tee sign on each hole, 1/2pg ad in program and website link) and $1,300 for the “Gold” package (2 foursomes in tournament, full-page program ad, tee sign on each hole and website link). Additional sponsorship opportunities & details are listed on foundation’s website. To register, call 725-244-4200.

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The Jeff Mann Memorial Golf Tournament Video

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Jeff Mann was hired by the Henderson Fire Department in 1989. Throughout his twenty year career, Jeff was assigned to rescues, engines companies, and truck companies. He remained a well respected senior firefighter who was committed to the community and the success of his team and the department. His last day on the job was February 2, 2009. Twenty five days later he would lose his life to cancer. Jeff was the first firefighter to lose his life on the job at the Henderson Fire Department. Throughout his short battle he embodied courage and love for the people he worked with.

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