Phoenix Foundation of Maryland 1st Annual Recovery Education Classic Golf Tournament

Thursday, February 7, 2019 Alcohol & Drug Abuse News
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The Phoenix Foundation of Maryland will establish a state-recognized recovery high school for individuals who struggle with alcohol and drug abuse in Frederick, MD.

MYERSVILLE, Md., Feb. 7, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/-- On Friday, April 5, the Phoenix Foundation

of Maryland, a Frederick based non-profit, will host the 1st Annual Recovery Education Classic Golf Tournament. The Phoenix Foundation of Maryland will establish a state-recognized recovery high school for individuals who struggle with alcohol and drug abuse in Frederick, MD. In addition, we fund those in the community who are in active addiction and need assistance towards treatment, sober housing, and Vivitrol shots with the Bridging the Gap Fund.

The golf tournament will host keynote speakers, lunch, 50/50 raffle, and many other contests, all to benefit the Phoenix Foundation of Maryland. The money raised will go directly towards the mission of opening up a recovery high school in Frederick, MD. Sponsorship dollars are an investment in the community. The public is encouraged to attend this event. For more information about the event, connect with Phoenix Foundation of Maryland on Facebook and Instagram.

Where: Musket Ridge Golf Club, 3555 Brethren Church Rd., Myersville, MD 21773 When: April 5, 2019, 7:30-2:30 PM Who: Golfers Fee: $150/golfer (includes range, cart, golf, golfer gifts, lunch, drinks)

To schedule interviews leading up to the event and day of the event, contact Heather Whitcomb of Phoenix Foundation of Maryland, heather(at)phoenixfoundationmd(dot)org. To sponsor or register to play, visit: http://www.musketridge.com/phoenix

About the Phoenix Foundation of MD The Phoenix Foundation of Maryland will establish a state-recognized recovery high school for individuals who struggle with alcohol and drug abuse in Frederick, MD. In addition, we fund those in the community who are in active addiction and need assistance towards treatment, sober housing, and Vivitrol shots with the Bridging the Gap Fund.

 

SOURCE Phoenix Foundation of Maryland



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