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Business & Charitable Events Calendar

Eighteen-hole indoor miniature golf

3/9/2013

Organization: Mental Health Association at Eastview Mall

Skyway Open: Presented by the Mental Health Association at Eastview Mall. Eighteen-hole indoor miniature golf course and two-hole Kiddie Course. Five holes featuring animated robots. Silent auction includes sports memorabilia, sports equipment, clothing, jewelry, wine, gift baskets, hotel packages, fine dining gift certificates, passes to cultural and recreational events, and more. Raffle and player prizes. To register call 325-3145, ext. 111, email cstenzel@mharochester.org or visit www.mharochester.org. Cost is $10 per person/$40 per foursome; $5 per child for Kiddie Course. 

 

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