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                   12th Annual Home In One Golf Classic Benefits



                     Habitat For Humanity Of Palm Beach County



        Habitat for Humanity Palm Beach County (HFHPBC)   supported Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County’s     Proceeds from the 12th Annual Home in One Golf Classic
      hosted its 12th Annual Home in One Golf Classic on April   mission of assisting local families in need achieve their dream   helped Habitat further its mission of assisting local families in
      12, at PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens.  of homeownership.”                          need to achieve the dream of homeownership. Habitat’s work
        This exciting tournament included breakfast, 18 holes of     The committee included: Chair Stanley Wilson, Tom   provides hope and empowers families to build a new life for
      golf on the Palmer Golf Course, a post-tournament awards   Scheer, Brendan  Eisenbrandt,  Marshall  Hastings,  Joe   themselves through the stability and security of owning a home.
      ceremony, luncheon, and silent auction.           Danahy, Kelsey Gerks, Pauline Mullings, Louise Yi, and Jay   About Habitat For Humanity Of Palm Beach County
        “The Home in One Golf Classic was an event with a   Montague.                                        Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County, founded in
      purpose,” said Stanley Wilson, chairman of the 12th Annual     Sponsors included: Presenting Sponsor – First Republic   1986, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the elimination
      Home in One Golf Classic. “We are very thankful for all of   Bank; Silver Sponsors – Comcast; Akerman, LLP; and G4S   of sub-standard housing by building simple, decent, safe,
      those who participated and helped raise funds that directly   Secure Solutions.                      affordable houses for low-income, hardworking qualified
                                                                                                           families in partnership with God, community volunteers and
                                                                                                           local organizations. Each Habitat partner family is required
                                                                                                           to invest a minimum of 400 sweat equity hours of their own
                                                                                                           labor into the construction of homes before being eligible to
                                                                                                           purchase their home utilizing a 30-year, no-profit, no-interest
                                                                                                           loan. The affiliate’s service area extends from Hypoluxo Road
                                                                                                           in the south to the Martin County line in the north, and from
                                                                                                           Palm Beach to Lake Okeechobee.
                                                                                                             For more information about Habitat for Humanity of Palm
                                                                                                           Beach County, please visit www.habitatpbc.org or call Amy
                                                                                                           Brand, chief development officer at (561) 253-2080.

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