Golf tournament to benefit Camp Brian celebrates 10 years

A 10th annual charity golf tournament held Sept. 14 at the Everett Golf and Country Club to benefit Camp Brian grossed over $50,000.

BMW Seattle put up a car for grabs. There also was a $2,500-prize putting competition and a live auction. Event sponsors were Stellar Industrial Supply, RFP Manufacturing, Anthony’s Woodfire Grill, and All Points Heating and Fireplace.

Camp Brian was founded by eight friends from Everett’s Cascade High School class of 1976 who were inspired by classmate Brian Camp, who was diagnosed at age 38 with early onset Parkinson’s disease. The nonprofit provides support, resources and financial assistance to individuals and families impacted by early onset Parkinson’s.

Learn more at www.campbrian.org.

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