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Updated: 12/07/2017 05:00:34PM

Golf tournament helps school

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A young team of players consisting of, from left, Wyatt Kinslow, Joe Lezama, Brendon Doty and P.J. Markland takes their putts on one of the greens during Saturday's Crusaders for Kids Golf Tournament, a fundraiser for Heartland Christian Academy.

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Don Young, center, accepts his award for longest drive in Saturday's Crusaders for Kids Golf Tournament to benefit Heartland Christian Academy. He is flanked by, on left, Sun 'N Lake Head Golf Professional Andrew Kesling and Crusader for Kids Foundation board member Lara Markland.

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Players practice putts prior to Saturday's Crusaders for Kids Golf Tournament at Sun 'N Lake Golf Club in Sebring.

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By PHIL ATTINGER

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SEBRING — An inaugural golf tournament by a local foundation on Saturday raised $9,500 for Heartland Christian Academy, with plans to help more schools.

“We are hoping to branch out and support other Christian K-12 schools in Highlands County,” said Crusaders for Kids Foundation President Clell Ford.

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