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“Chip In With Ability Plus” Golf Tournament Set For Sept. 13

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Ability Plus, Inc. will host the first “Chip In With Ability Plus” golf tournament on Friday, September 13, at the Burningtree Country Club in Decatur.

Ability Plus is a non-profit organization that provides homes, education, socialization and rehabilitation services for intellectually disabled individuals in north Alabama. The organization currently provides support to more than 50 people in 35 residential homes across four counties in north Alabama.

Registration for the golf tournament will begin at noon and includes lunch. The shotgun start tee time will begin at 1 p.m.

The tournament will feature putting contests, prizes and a hole-in-one prize from Lynn Layton Chevrolet. Artist, Daniel Moore, has donated an autographed and framed Crimson Dynasty print.  Prizes also include Alabama and Auburn football tickets and an autographed Nick Saban football.

Multiple sponsorship opportunities are available, including hole sponsorships for $300. Each sponsorship level will grant the company recognition at the awards reception and promotional items.  Ability Plus encourages businesses from Madison, Morgan and Limestone Counties to participate in the tournament.

The funds raised during the “Chip In With Ability Plus” golf tournament will be applied to the organization’s services for their clients.  The alternative date for the weather is Friday, September 27.

To learn more about the organization, sponsorship opportunities and to register for the event, call Todd Anderson, Director, Administrator & Strategic Alliances at 256-489-4696 or visit the website and click on the golf tournament icon.

-Posted by Annie Faulk

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