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Organizations for LC research funding

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Well, the organization that I am going to work with for my LC Benefit Walk is LUNGevity. They only deal with lung cancer.

All donations they recieve go directly towards funding research grants to find new treatments for lung cancer. Their mission states: The LUNGevity Foundation is dedicated exclusively to funding lung cancer research.


You can add them to your list!


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The 3rd Annual Lung Cancer Memorial Golf Outing, July 16, being held at the Baraboo Country Club, Baraboo, WI, with 501 status, will be raising lung cancer research funds for the University of Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Center, Madison, WI. Entry fees are $100 for each golfer. The format is a 4 player scramble format. Hole prizes will be available at each hole. Mulligans are available for $5.00 per mulligan. To play for the special prize at each par 3 hole (automobile, and other big prizes for a Hole-In-One) there will be a $5.00 charge.

More information is available by calling 608-963-1750. Entry Deadline is July 2, 2004. The outing is limited to the first 160 golfers (40 foursomes). Entry forms will be available after March 10, 2004. Please call the above number for entry forms, or email your name and address to dgrant@merr.com

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