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Golf outing to honor substance abuse prevention advocate

The 5th Annual Charity Golf Outing in Honor of Megan Palmer will be held rain or shine on Saturday, Aug. 6 at Chemung Hills Golf Course to benefit the Livingston County Community Alliance (LCCA).

Megan Palmer

Palmer, who passed away January 8 after a short battle with cancer, was known as a staunch fighter for substance abuse prevention efforts in the county – seeking to raise awareness and help combat the opioid, drug and drinking issues with youth and adults.

According to LCCA officials, Palmer went to great lengths to bring free training and valuable educational programs for parents and teens to help foster the discussion around substance use/abuse.

The $110 per-golfer fee includes 18 holes of golf with cart & goodie bag, lunch at the turn, a Hole-In-One on select Par 3 wins a new vehicle 2-year lease, dinner at the end of the day along with First Place for women’s, men’s, and mixed teams.

You can register at https://drugfreelivingston.com

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