Freedom Museum Announces 3rd Annual Charity Golf Tournament at Bristow Manor Golf Club

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Provided by the Freedom Museum

The Freedom Museum (www.freedommuseum.org) announced today that registration and sponsorships are now open to the public for their annual golf charity, which will be held at Bristow Manor Golf Club (www.bristowmanorgc.com) on Friday, June 26, 2015 to benefit the Museum’s popular school locker program; quarterly speakers program; museum displays & acquisitions; and the Manassas Air Show.  A dedicated website for player and sponsorship opportunities is at:  www.freedommuseum.golfreg.com.

Single play is $95.00 and $360.00 for a foursome. This event will include $ 10,000 hole-in-one contest, helicopter ball drop and silent auction. Non-players are welcome to attend the lunch and the auction with individual tickets at $30.00.

The Museum is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) and is designated a Smithsonian Institute Affiliation Program Museum.  Museum admission is always free and open to the public.

Museum president Jim Porter (US Navy Captain, Retired) stated; “The public is welcome to play from aspiring pros to those who’ve never played 18 holes of golf. The Freedom Museum is the only local area museum dedicated exclusively to our local military veterans. We have an all volunteer, non paid staff and rely heavily on annual charity events to maintain and operate the museum.”

The Freedom Museum is grateful for event sponsors for this year’s event which include: American Aviation, American Helicopters, Security Associates International, The Gun Shop, Chick-fil-A of Bristow, Gainesville Dental Association, NOVEC, A-Advantage, East-West, Embroidery, Old Towne Sports Pub, Gainesville Dental Associates, Porter Family and the Wieckowski Family Trust.

The Freedom Museum unique undertaking is to honor those Americans who made the supreme sacrifice in defense of freedom, to pay tribute to those who served our country with honor and distinction and to provide a place for our young citizens to learn of their history and heritage.

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