Sat, Jul 28 at 7:30am

Sign up today for the golf tournament to benefit Service dog for Vincent on July 28th at Wentz Golf Course.

4 Man Teams – Registration is at 7:30am and tee off at 8:00am. Cost is $80 per person. Contact Amy Hall at (580)341-0214

Lunch will be served following the tournament. Cash prizes will be given to the 1st and 2nd place teams.

We will have a silent auction with great items. There are too many to name them all in one post, but I promise you won’t be disappointed with the selection of items. Big trips are available as well. Choose from hunting and fishing trips in Uruguay, be a NASCAR driver for a day with a 2-night stay with many locations to choose from, fly to Ireland for the ultimate Game of Thrones Journey, enjoy a 3 night stay for 2 with a Fairmont Scottsdale Golf and Spa trip, go on a royal Caribbean cruise, Sip and Soar through Napa Valley with a hot air balloon ride and private winery tours and tastings, or have the ultimate pro sports fan getaway with your choice of MLB, NBA, NFL or NHL regular season game, or non-major PGA golf tournament.

 

From Vincent: “Hi, my name is Vincent.  I have signed a contract with Canines 4 Hope to get a service dog to help with my severe anxiety and PTSD.  I struggle on a daily basis at home, school and in the community with managing my anxiety.  My anxiety escalates very quickly and a service dog can help me not not have anxiety attacks by alerting me when my anxiety starts to escalate so I can use my coping skills to calm down.  The dog will also be able to stop my repetitive behaviors that are due to my anxiety, stop flashbacks, wake me from nightmares and help me feel more in control of my life.  Service Dogs are very expensive because they must go through a lot of training.  My goal is $20,000 to purchase the dog as well as help cover expenses to travel to Florida for 5 days of one on one training.  We are unable to reach this goal alone and hope we can count on you for your support.”

Help Vincent get his Service Dog, Fin!

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