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Minority Golf: From the Ghetto to the Golf Course, negotiating lifes traps & Hazzards Options
will8ke
#1 Posted : Friday, July 13, 2018 11:44:52 AM

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Greetings to everyone viewing this blog. My name is Willie T. Kent. I am a Youth minister who works with the families of "recovering addicts." I use golf as a medium for attracting attention and organizing. We have been helping disadvantaged youth participate in the sport of golf since 1983. In that time we have provided hundreds of lessons and free golf equipment to youth and adults. Recently the severe economic times have impacted our programs. Golf on the whole is at an all time low in participation nationwide. When the zeal or appeal for golf declines, it affects our projects. People are not able to donate time and resources to our projects. This means that some young people may not be introduced to golf. This will impact the golfing industry and it will affect our community. So in an effort to offset the decline in support, I am appealing to you readers for help. If you would like to help the Kent Youth Ministry Golf program, please feel free to call or email me.
Minister Willie T. Kent at 815-299-1636 or email will8ke@copper.net.
If you desire to send a check, make it out to Minister Willie T. Kent, or Kent Youth Ministry. Post Office Box 3474 Rockford, Illinois 61106-3474
The 2018 project is called FROM THE GHETTO TO THE GOLF COURSE, NEGOTIATING LIFE'S TRAPS AND HAZZARDS.ThumbsUp ThumbsUp ThumbsUp
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