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Development partnership hosts night golf outing to support mission

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[September 12, 2012]  The Lincoln & Logan County Development Partnership is planning a fall fundraiser to help raise funds to support their work in Logan County. The partnership decided on something new that Logan County has not seen before. On Sept. 21 they will host their first-ever night golf outing at North Greens Golf Course in Atlanta. A rain date is set for Sept. 28.

This is a night golf scramble with shotgun start at 7 p.m. The course will be lit with glow sticks by tee boxes, fairway markers, flags and holes. Hazards, such as water, will also be marked.

Prizes will be awarded to first- and second-place teams for longest drive, longest putt and closest to the pin.

The registration fee is $50 per person or $200 for a four-person team. The fee includes the nine-hole green fee, golf cart, one glow ball, one glow stick, one glow necklace per participant, two wristbands per cart and happy hour snacks.

Extra glow items will be available for purchase at check-in, as well as mulligans and alcoholic beverages.

The partnership hopes to secure sponsorships to help support this fall fundraiser.

If you are interested in golfing or sponsoring at the event, contact the Lincoln & Logan County Development Partnership at 217-732-8739 or visit the website at for more details and a registration form.

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The Lincoln & Logan County Development Partnership is a nonprofit charitable organization with the goals to develop new business, retain current business and enhance the quality of life in Lincoln and Logan County.

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