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Golfers Tee Off to Support See Ya Later


This past Saturday 27 teams of 108 golfers came together for the annual See Ya Later Foundation Golf Tournament.  This all-day event is one of the foundation’s two major events of the year, bringing in funds to help support local families with children facing medical crisis.  This year’s tournament raised approximately $32,000.

Participants enjoyed dinner catered by Longhorn Barbeque after playing a full round of golf at the Auburn Golf Course.  Silent auction items helped raise $2,880.  The 50/50 raffle prize was $665.


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This event was made possible by the volunteers who gave their time, and the following local businesses.  Thank you to these businesses, organizations and individuals for supporting a local organization that gives back to our community:

Detlef Schrempf Foundation
Cheryl Presleigh and Jon Tidwell with Windermere Real Estate
Andy Fernando at Fairway Independent Mortgage
Greg Dobbs from Edward Jones Investments
John Curry and Dan Williams from Curry and Williams PLLC
Charles Poe from Poe Construction
Mike Sellars from Rock Steady Boxing South King County
Simply Smiles Dr. Padilla and staff
Doxon Toyota of Auburn, WA and Cooper Doxon
Larry Emmert and Kathy Emmert
Kiwanis club of Auburn
Russell Kemp Farmers Insurance
GOS Printing
Sound Manufacturing Chris and Tammy Jensen
Abby Santos and Remax Realty
Painting with a Twist
Green River College Foundation
Avery Huffman Defeat DIPG Foundation
Auburn Examiner


Tournament swag bags this year were provided by:
Trader Joe’s-Kent
Tim’s Cascade Chips
Crest Container Lines
Sleep Solutions Northwest
Cafe Pacific Catering

Special thank you to Jim Maes and Leaderboard NW for the golf cannon.

What’s Next?
The See Ya Later Foundation’s 9th Annual Dinner and Auction which will be Saturday, October 5th at Emerald Downs. This year’s theme 70’s TV shows so plan now to reserve a table and pick the 70’s show of your choice.  The foundation is encouraging attendees to wear costumes representing the 70’s! Visit the SYL banquet event site to sponsor the event or sign up as a dinner guest.

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