Golf Scramble Benefits Special Kids

Over 100 golfers showed their support for Special Kids by playing in the 10th annual golf scramble for Special Kids last month at Indian Hills Golf Club in Murfreesboro.

The tournament raised over $16,000 for the services and programs that serve special needs children at Special Kids.

Julie Byrns, mother of Abby, who receives services from Special Kids, addressed the audience with sincere appreciation. She shared Abby’s inspiring story and her gratitude for the outpouring of community support at this year’s tournament.

Special Kids is a Christian-based therapeutic rehabilitation and skilled nursing care facility in Middle Tennessee. Special Kids provides families with additional services such as art therapy, summer day camp, aquatics and therapeutic horseback riding. Since opening their doors in 1998, Special Kids has served more than 1,700 families from 11 different counties.

For more information on Special Kids, visit specialkids-tn.com.


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