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CARE Holds Adaptive Golf Outing at Pine Acres


Pine Acres Country Club hosted CARE for Children’s Adaptive Golf Outing for children of all abilities on Wednesday evening.  Pictured is golfer Noah Lynch, getting some help on the driving range from his dad Ryan Hildebrandt.

Fourteen children ages 6 to 16 hit on the driving range, practiced on the putting green and hit balls on the course under the volunteer instruction of PGA pro Kirk Stauffer and several community volunteers.

The CARE Adaptive Golf Outing is part of CARE’s therapeutic recreation program for children who receive school-based therapy services.

The program is funded in part by the United Way of the Bradford Area, Inc.  Transportation was donated by Todd Busses of Eldred.

CARE for Children is a non-profit organization which provides pediatric therapy services, early learning programs, child safety and injury prevention initiatives, therapeutic recreation programs, and community outreach services for children of all abilities in McKean County, Pennsylvania and the surrounding region.


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