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21st annual William J. McKeown Jr. Golf Classic “Fore” Alzheimer’s Care

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HORSHAM — It’s time to dust off those trusty clubs and practice your short game because the 21st annual William J. McKeown Jr. Golf Classic “Fore” Alzheimer’s Care is just around the corner. The event — which benefits Alzheimer’s care, research and education — will be held Monday, May 21 at Commonwealth Country Club, located at 250 Babylon Road in Horsham. Registration for the premier fundraiser event begins at 9:30 a.m., with the shotgun tee-off taking place at 11 a.m. sharp.

Over the event’s more than 20-year history, it has raised more than $2.4 million in its drive to help and support the more than 5 million people who are afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease. This year, organizers hope to continue that trend with the local community’s help and generosity.

Held on Commonwealth Country Club’s private and beautiful 18-hole, 71-par golf course, golfers will enjoy a fun and competitive game that is filled with friends, food and beverages. The event will culminate with dinner, an open bar, prizes, and silent and live auctions.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to enjoy one of the best charitable golf experiences, because whether it’s a birdie, a bogey or even ace the hole, your donations help benefit an important cause.

The Golf Classic is held on a first-come, paid-in-full basis, and available space fills up quickly, so register immediately. For additional information about the event, contact Joe McKeown at 215-669-7999, or visit www.mckeowngolfclassic.com for registration, sponsorship and advertising opportunities.

The William J. McKeown Jr. Golf Classic “Fore” Alzheimer’s Care is made possible by our many great sponsors, including Money Mailer, Penn Medicine, Penn Passport, Jenna Stamm Photographer, Visionary Trainers Inc., ITEX, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Penn Distributors Inc., Maglio Sausage Company and more.

About the McKeown Foundation:

Joe McKeown and his brothers, Bill and Charlie, established the Golf Classic after the death of their father, William, from Alzheimer’s disease. The money raised from the outing provides direct support to local families and individuals affected by Alzheimer’s.

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