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  • AuSM Golf Classic a fun day on the greens in support of AuSM
Aug
08

AuSM Golf Classic a fun day on the greens in support of AuSM

CorriganCharlieweb2017The sun shone brightly as more than 100 golfers tested their skill and luck on a scramble round during the AuSM Golf Classic 2017 at Troy Burne Golf Club on Aug. 7. Golfers enjoyed a Chipotle catered lunch, silent auction, and many fun games throughout the course. Special thanks to our many donors and sponsors including Eagle Sponsors: Allegra Downtown St. Paul; Mike and Pat Esterly with Edina Realty; Family Innovations, Inc.; and McNellis & Asato, Ltd.; volunteers; and awesome golfers. It was a beautiful day in support of programs and services for our local autism community.