Friends of Lt. Mike Terrin host inaugural memorial tournament to benefit a named scholarship for 100 Club
The 100 Club of Arizona is to be a beneficiary in an inaugural golf tournament being held on July 23, 2011 at the Flagstaff Ranch Golf Club. The Friends of Mike Terrin will be hosting this tournament in memory of the late Lieutenant Mike Terrin of the Flagstaff Police Department, who lost his life in April 2010 from liver cancer.
Lt. Terrin led a long and distinguished career of 26 years with the Flagstaff Police Department, and his legacy will forever know him as a humorous, charming man whose smile was just as contagious as his integrity. To continue his legacy, the Friends of Mike Terrin group will create a memorial scholarship in his name as part of the 100 Club of Arizona Scholarship Program with the funds raised from the tournament.
A donation of $125.00 per player will include golf, cart, dinner, a goodie bag, one raffle ticket, one drink ticket, and more. Raffle prizes, giveaways, and competition prizes will be available throughout the tournament and dinner. For more information, please visit the 100 Club of Arizona website at http://100club.org/events, or contact Dave Holyfield at (928) 607-5051.
The 100 Club Scholarship Program was started in 2006 and officially launched in 2007. Since it began, the 100 Club has given out just over $450,000 in scholarships to Arizona’s public safety families.
WHAT: Inaugural Mike Terrin Memorial Golf Tournament
WHEN: Saturday, July 23, 2011
Registration – 11:30 a.m.
Shotgun Start – 1:00 p.m.
WHERE: The Flagstaff Ranch Golf Club
3605 South Flagstaff Ranch Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
COST: $125.00 donation per player (4 person scramble)
CONTACT: Friends of Mike Terrin – Dave Holyfield, (928) 607-5051
WEB SITE: www.100club.org
About the 100 Club of Arizona
The 100 Club of Arizona is a nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance to public safety officers and firefighters when they are seriously injured or killed in the line of duty, and to provide resources to enhance their safety and welfare. It was started in 1968, became a 501(c)(3) in 1968, and has given more than $5.2 million in financial support to Arizona’s men and women who stand behind the badge. For more information, log on to www.100club.org
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