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CCBP Registration open for DFW golf tournament benefiting Operation Homefront

Registration open for DFW golf tournament benefiting Operation Homefront

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FARMERS BRANCH – As Veterans Day nears, area golfers may register online now to play in or to sponsor the Second Annual DFW Invitational Golf Tournament Presented by The Home Depot to benefit Operation Homefront programs to build strong, stable, and secure military families.

The tournament will be held Monday, Oct. 29, with a 9 a.m. shotgun start at Brookhaven Country Club, 3333 Golfing Green Drive in Farmers Branch.

For more information or to register, visit: OperationHomefront.org/DFW The tournament features breakfast, prizes, a score posting party and a barbecue lunch.

Operation Homefront, founded in 2002, is a national nonprofit organization that provides critical financial assistance, transitional and permanent housing and family support services to prevent short-term needs from turning into chronic, long-term struggles, the organization said in a news release.

The group says that 92 percent of Operation Homefront expenditures go directly to programs that support tens of thousands of military families each year.

¬– FWBP Staff

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