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Celebrity Golf Event To Benefit Wildlife For Everyone Endowment Foundation May 20

Celebrities including former Philadelphia Eagles Nick Haden and Frank LeMaster will join the field at Indian Lake Golf Club, a Central City, Somerset County, course with a bit of celebrity of its own, on May 20.
           The Shade Central City Chamber of Commerce and the Wildlife for Everyone Endowment Foundation, a non-profit organization working for the benefit of wildlife in Pennsylvania, have teamed together to host the foursome event, with registration at 11 a.m. and a shotgun start at noon.
Indian Lake, with its 18 challenging, tree-lined holes and spectacular lake vistas, was golfing legend Arnold Palmer's first course design.
            It lies close to attractions like the Flight 93 Memorial and the adjacent State Game Lands 93, acreage for which the WFEEF and partners like Waste Management Inc. helped to assemble and donate to the Game Commission.
            The day at Indian Lake will include a putting challenge on the practice green, two longest drive contests, a closest to the pin challenge and a chip'n challenge on the practice green. A few additional spots and foursomes, at $100 per golfer, remain for the event, which also includes cart, dinner, door prizes and awards.
           Registration forms are available at the Wildlife for Everyone Foundation website.  For more information, call 814-238-8138. Golfers may register as foursomes or be assigned to pick-up foursomes. Deadline to sign up is May 2.


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