“Swing Fore the Kettle:” Golfers hit the links to raise money for the Salvation Army and its programs

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Swing Fore the Kettle Invitational Golf Outing

MILWAUKEE — Golfers hit the links on Monday morning, August 31st to help raise money for the Salvation Army.

The “Swing Fore the KettleĀ Invitational Golf Outing” was held at the Wisconsin Country Club on Good Hope Road.

The event was sold out.

Organizers had hoped to raise $75,000 through the outing.

FOX6’s Tom Pipines was the master of ceremonies for the event.

CLICK HERE to learn more about the Salvation Army, or to make a donation.

1 Comment

  • Scrooge

    I will NEVER EVER give one cent to the Salvation Army as long as they ring those annoying bells. I know they are there and want money. EVERYTIME I walk into a store I should not have to give. Most of those bell ringers look like homeless drug addicts. There are plenty of other places I can give my hard earned money to without those annoying bells ringing.

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