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Golf Outing

Join us for the October Golf Outing

The Right to Life Educational Foundation has an annual Golf Outing in the autumn. This year it will be held October 9 at the Shelbyville Country Club.

If you enjoy golfing with friends, making new acquaintances, getting lots of perqs, and supporting prolife educational programs, join us! We are humbled by the golfers and companies that make this event a success. Your generous contributions are immensely appreciated. Please call our office, 502-895-5959, for more information.

The event was begun and styled by Mike Ryan to be a win-win morale builder-fundraiser. Sponsorships support our educational outreach programs and are tax-deductible. Breakfast and lunch from the Shelbyville Country Club kitchen and menu, a golf cart, green fees and golf shirt, AND really GREAT prizes are provided.

Entrants are asked to contribute or to raise support of at least $300. After the 8 AM breakfast, golfers begin from "shotgun tees" and end at about 1 PM after 18 holes.

Join us and help to support prolife work in Kentucky. A Sponsor Pledge Form may be downloaded here. The sample letter below offers an idea of how to ask for donations.

Golf Outing


Dear Family and Friends:

The Right to Life Educational Foundation of Kentucky Golf Outing will take place October 9 at the Shelbyville Country Club.

Would you like to join us? Each participant is asked to raise $300 in sponsorships.

If you cannot play golf, will you consider sponsoring me with a contribution of any amount? I have enclosed a self-addressed envelope; your check can be payable to The Right to Life Educational Foundation of Kentucky.

On behalf of the born and unborn, thank you for your consideration.

With kindest regards,

Your Name

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