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Cops for Tots golf tournament kicks off fundraising campaign

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Published on Thursday, October 23, 2014

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Greer Chief Municipal Judge Henry J. Mims, black shirt, sank a birdie putt to make his team happy on this hole in the captain's choice format.
 

Jim Fair

Greer Chief Municipal Judge Henry J. Mims, black shirt, sank a birdie putt to make his team happy on this hole in the captain's choice format.

 



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Lee Dumas, a member of Greer City Council, launches his drive.
 

Jim Fair

Lee Dumas, a member of Greer City Council, launches his drive.

 



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Grey Garland shows a club he won, before the golfers played their first shot.
 

Jim Fair

Grey Garland shows a club he won, before the golfers played their first shot.

 



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The Greer Police Department does have a sense of humor . . . for the tournament's last place finishers.
 
 

Jim Fair

The Greer Police Department does have a sense of humor . . . for the tournament's last place finishers.

 

 



Business leaders, attorneys, a municipal judge, a city councilman and others joined host, the Greer Police Department, in the Cops for Tots Charity Golf tournament Thursday.

The tournament at the Greer Country Club is the main fundraiser for the GPD. Proceeds are used to purchase gifts for under privileged children in need in the greater Greer area.

Toys, sports goods and games collected at the Syl Syl Toy Drive on Nov. 9 at the Clock restaurant on Poinsett Street is the official start of the annual event that helps more than 300 families.

 

 

 

 

 

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