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26th Annual Golf Tournament at Waynesboro: Support & Play for a Cause

The Waynesboro Country Club is gearing up to host its 26th Annual Golf Tournament on Monday, May 13th, offering participants a day filled with sport, camaraderie, and the opportunity to win amazing prizes, including a brand-new car. This prestigious event, known for its beautiful location and competitive spirit, is not just a day on the green but a chance to support the Breast Cancer Awareness Coalition (BCA) and its multitude of free services aimed at supporting individuals affected by breast cancer.

The day will kick off with breakfast at 8:30 AM, followed by the official tee-off at 10:00 AM. Participants can look forward to a day filled with challenging play, breathtaking views, and the spirit of competition. The tournament will conclude with a cookout lunch and an awards presentation at 3:00 PM, where attendees can celebrate their victories and the day’s memorable moments.

Beyond the golf, the event will feature raffles and the exciting chance to win a brand new car. This event is not just about golf but about coming together to support an essential cause. All proceeds from the tournament will benefit the BCA, providing vital resources and support to individuals battling breast cancer.

The BCA offers a range of free programs including mammograms and ultrasounds for uninsured individuals, post-surgery information and supplies, free wigs, scarves, and hats for women undergoing chemotherapy, and the Angel Program, which sends cards and notes to those newly diagnosed with breast cancer. They also offer financial assistance for basic living expenses for patients in active treatment, restaurant and grocery store gift cards, one-time professional house cleaning, children’s care packages, and monthly support group sessions.

Registration for the tournament is limited and interested parties are encouraged to secure their spot before the April 10th deadline. Additionally, there are opportunities for sponsorship for those looking to further support the cause. More information on registration and sponsorship can be found at

This event not only offers a day of enjoyable golf at one of the most picturesque courses but also the chance to make a significant difference in the lives of those affected by breast cancer. Join us on May 13th for a day of sport, fun, and philanthropy, supporting the BCA’s mission to offer free, life-saving services to those in need.


Pamela K Coyle 1949-2024

Pam received her Master’s degree in library science from Clarion University in 1978. She never lost her love of reading or her enthusiasm for libraries.

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