Mini-golf tourney to benefit abused children

Hometown Hero

You can be a hometown hero by taking part in a mini-golf marathon.

York County Children’s Advocacy Center is holding its 10th annual mini-golf marathon from noon to midnight Friday at the Heritage Hills mini-golf course, at 2700 Mt. Rose Avenue.

Golfers can show up any time during the 12 hours.

It’s $7 for adults and $6 for kids.

Proceeds will help to fund medical and other services for abused children who are referred to the York County Children’s Advocacy Center.

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