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21 Club holding charity golf tournament July 11

The 21 Club is holding its 10th annual golf tournament at the Renton Maplewood Golf Course on Thursday, July 11.

The tournament is a four-person person scramble format and 8 a.m. shotgun start.  The entry fee will include green fees, golf cart, prizes, lunch, and a special 10th anniversary sweat shirt.

The golf event helps support the 21 Club’s charitable events throughout the year. The 21 Club’s mission and goals are to help out needy Renton residents.  Some of its charitable activities include sending kids to camp, adopting families at Christmas time, supporting the Renton Rotary Salvation Army Food Bank and Renton Kiwanis Clothes Bank and helping needy senior citizens.

Sonny Sixkiller, the former University of Washington all-American quarterback, is the president of the 21 Club.

Immediately following the tournament there will be an awards presentation and luncheon at the Renton VFW Hall.

The tournament is a casual event and open to golfers of all skill levels.  For an entry form and additional information, contact Doug Tulip at 425-277-1841 or Glenn Knowle at 425-277-1717.

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