April 12, 2014 – 2nd Annual Jim Kelly Memorial Tournament
 

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2nd Annual Jim Kelly Memorial Tournament

When: April 12, 2014 – Timber Greens Country Club

Time: 12:30pm Shotgun Start – Scramble Format

** Dinner and Raffle to follow**

If you’d like to play in the tournament or donate an item for the silent auction or raffle, please email Megan Anderson at: m_janderson@charter.net for more information.

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Sponsorship Levels include:

Platinum Sponsor – $10,000

Gold Sponsor – $5,000

Silver Sponsor – $2,500

Beer Cart Sponsor – $500

Tee Box Sponsor – $100

Friend Sponsor – Any Amount

** All sponsorship levels will be recognized in our program materials the day of the tournament.

 

Click on the links below to download Sponsorship Forms and Pulmonary Fibrosis information:

Jim Kelly Memorial Golf Tournament 2014 – Sponsor Form-FIN

Jim Kelly Memorial Golf Tourn 2014 – Sponsor Donation Request-FIN

Pulmonary Fibrosis Fact Sheet 2014

 

To view the Event Registration Page: www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/jimkelly/golftournament2014

 

Please email: m_janderson @charter.net if you’d like more information about details of sponsorship levels.

 

Pulmonary Fibrosis – Facts:

Pulmonary Fibrosis is a debilitating disease—marked by progressive scarring of the lungs—that gradually interferes with a person’s ability to breathe. Pulmonary Fibrosis belongs to a family of approximately 100 related diseases, called interstitial lung diseases, which have similar characteristics and can result in lung scarring. This scarring is most often referred to as pulmonary fibrosis.

While the cause of Pulmonary Fibrosis remains a mystery, what researchers suspect is that Pulmonary Fibrosis involves changes in the lung’s normal healing process. Pulmonary Fibrosis patients may have an exaggerated or uncontrolled healing response that, over time, produces excessive fibrous scar tissue – or fibrosis – in the lungs. This scarring, in turn, causes the lung’s tiny air sacs, called alveoli, to thicken and stiffen-rendering them less able to function and provide the body with the oxygen it needs. (The Coalition to Benefit Pulmonary Fibrosis)

**All proceeds will benefit the Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis**