Fundraiser FORE the Casa Kids held at country club

The 10th annual FORE the Casa Kids Golf Tournament teed off Aug. 24 at the Lomas Santa Fe Country Club with a shotgun start announced by Madison (aka Keith Miller) of KPRI FM. Leading the group of 86 players were Jim and Kim Grant of Grant General Contractors. Almost $70,000 was raised benefiting Casa de Amparo, a major force in the treatment and prevention of child abuse and neglect in San Diego County.

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