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BURNET — The desire to help a Burnet County family has led to the formation of a fundraising committee and the opportunity for golfers to pitch in, too.
The Charlie Campbell Benefit Golf Tournament is 1 p.m. Oct. 25 at Delaware Springs Municipal Golf Course, 600 Delaware Springs Blvd.
Charlie Campbell was thrown from the hunter’s seat of an all-terrain vehicle in August while she was at a local Burnet County ranch. She is in an Austin rehabilitation facility to treat paralysis.
The tournament format is a four-person scramble, and the cost is $75 per player.
Robert and Kathy Griffith, Campbell’s parents and the longtime owners of Griffith Taxidermy in Burnet, have had an outpouring of support from friends who have established a fundraising committee. The members have been gathering numerous door prizes that golfers will have a chance at winning at the dinner and awards ceremony after the tournament.
Among the prizes are a 35-quart Yeti cooler, a doe hunt at the Lucky Penny Ranch, deer processing from Griffith Taxidermy, golf for four at both Lighthouse Country Club in Kingsland and Hidden Falls Country Club in Meadowlakes, a painting by Hill Country artist Mike Martin and a concealed handgun license class.
Deadline to sign up is 5 p.m. Oct. 23. Call the Delaware Springs pro shop at (512) 756-8741 to register.