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Gowanie Golf Club

Monday, August 8, 2022

On Monday, August 8th, Families Against Narcotics will be hosting our second annual Hope Classic, a golf outing to benefit FAN and our efforts to help individuals and families affected by addiction. Join us as we swing into fundraising mode to help fund the many compassionate and effective programs we offer to the public free of charge. By coming out and playing a fun round of golf, participants will be making a difference in people's lives!

The golf gets underway at 11:00 am with a shotgun start. It’s a 4-person scramble format and we’ll have contests, lunch at the turn, dinner, prizes, and a raffle for some great items.

We hope to see you at Gowanie on August 8th!

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4-Person Scramble - Door/Raffle Prizes - 50/50 Raffle
Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, Vegas Hole, Putting Contest
Hot Dogs & Chips at the Turn - Dinner Following Round

Tickets & Sponsorships

2021 HOPE CLASSIC SPONSORS

Presenting Sponsor

Dinner Sponsor

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Lunch Sponsors

Check-In Sponsor

Practice Green Sponsors

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Premier Hole Sponsors

Acadia Healthcare

Christian Financial Credit Union

Eclipse Mold

Fischer Garon Hoyumpa

Freddy's Bar & Grill

Grit Technologies

Joe DePonio & Family

Macomb County Drive-In Movies

Mad Habit Creative

Pamela Hornberger for Senate

Randazzo Fresh Market

River's Bend PC

Safehaus

Standard Hole Sponsors

Brothers Development LLC

Clarity Counseling & Wellness

Compass Technology Solutions

The Dauphinais Family

Fellowship Chapel

Fredi the Pizzaman

Hope Recovery House

H3 Wellness

Marsack Mortgage Team

Mosquito Authority

MyCare Health Center

Oakley Industries

The Packer Group--Ben Cockrum, Realtor

Printing by Johnson

Step Up Recovery Homes

United House for Women

Families Against Narcotics is a 501(c) 3 organization (#47-2797237). Your 100% tax-deductible contribution allows us to continue educating communities about addiction and support those affected by the disease. Monies from fundraising is spent on educational print materials, guest speakers, community outreach, the Hope Not Handcuffs initiative, peer and family coaching, sober living scholarships, displays for events, public service announcements, and more.