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Trout Lake Golf Club Salute to Vets outing July 22Submitted: 07/12/2013
Story By Marisa Silvas


ARBOR VITAE - Golf is one of the more popular activities enjoyed in the Northwoods.

An area course is trying to host an event which they hope will make a difference.

Trout Lake Golf Club in Arbor Vitae will have their 6th annual Salute to Veterans outing on July 22nd.

The fundraiser is for the disabled veterans camp in Lake Tomahawk. The camp provides support to hundreds of disabled vets and their families each year.


There's only room for 2 more teams to play. So if you're interested, you better hurry. The event is a great way to enjoy golf and also recognize the vets on hand.

Contact Trout Lake Golf Course for more information.


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