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First Annual Turtle S’Wing Golf Tournament To Help Support Growing Programming Needs

As Turtle Wing Foundation starts their tenth year “helping children with learning challenges in rural areas achieve their full potential”, they are gearing up for their biggest budget yet to help ensure they can provide the much needed services their families are needing through these trying times. In order to reach this goal, the foundation will be holding their First Annual Turtle S’Wing Golf Tournament at Big Easy Ranch in Columbus on September 24, 2020. Proudly setting itself apart from other hunting and sporting clubs, the Big Easy Ranch is a nine-hole par 3 golf course ranging from 65 to 251 yards with dramatic elevation changes and beautiful waterfalls. This isn’t your average par 3 course! Whitetail deer and exotics freely roam the property, creating the perfect backdrop for a hill country golf experience. Completing the golf amenities are the driving range, putting green, short game practice area and The Golf Academy. This golf experience will be followed by an incredible cocktail hour and meal accompanied by some fun events including a helicopter ball drop, raffle and live auction. Anyone interested in participating or donating to this effort should contact event chairs Becca Edmiston (979)732-1710 or Kevin Chance (512)743-1580. Turtle Wing Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization which helps children with academic, social-emotional, behavioral and/or developmental needs. Their service area includes Colorado, Fayette, Lavaca and surrounding counties. Turtle Wing provided Early Intervention and Supplemental Services to 300 children last year with thousands more being impacted by Community Education & Advocacy programming. To learn more about Turtle Wing Foundation “like” their page on Facebook or visit


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