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"Opportunity Open" 20th Annual Urban League Guild Golf Tournament.
Non-Profit | Fundraiser
Date: September 27, 2013
Time: 9:00 am

Location: Show map
Pine Island Country Club
1701 Stoneyridge Dr
Charlotte, NC 28214

Contact: Shannon McKnight
Phone:  704-373-2256
Email:  smcknight@urbanleaguecc.org
Site: www.urbanleaguecc.org

Join Urban League of Central Carolinas on Friday, September 27, 2013, for its 20th Annual Guild Golf Tournament. We humbly request your support as this year we are playing for the FUTURE!

100% of the proceeds from this annual tournament goes towards support programs such as LYTE (Linking Youth to Technology Everywhere), which provides computer technology training for youth ages 6-16 in Mecklenburg and Union Counties. Proceeds also support the famed 21st Century Jobs training programs which provide FREE training and certifications for courses in fiber optics/ broadband, heating, ventilation & air conditioning as well as our flagship Adult Education Program which provides up-to-date computer skills training, resume writing and job placement assistance to the underemployed in and unemployed.




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