Golf Fore Wishes Coming Up - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

Golf Fore Wishes Coming Up

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Make A Wish Montana is getting ready for its 4th annual golf tourney, Golf Fore Wishes.

The fundraiser helps make wishes come true for children with life-threatening medical conditions. The organization expects to serve more than 55 kids this year.

"They’re dealing with a lot of different medical visits and things like that and these wishes give them something to look forward to, something to be excited about. And when they come home from the wish, they're excited to tell their community members and their family what they've seen and experienced."

The golf tourney is happening on June 27 at lake hills golf course. Registration begins at 8:30 and tee time at 10 in the morning. If you would like to be a hole sponsor or register a team, you can call 406-259-9848.

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