TRAVELERS REST, S.C. — The annual Clyde Carr Charity Golf Tournament this year raised $8,650 for the North Greenville Crisis Ministry.
Now in its 50th year, the tournament was held in June at Paris Mountain Country Club.
Carr presented the proceeds check to North Greenville Crisis Ministry, continuing support for the Ministry that began when it opened as a food closet in 1983.
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"I am especially grateful to the sponsors and volunteers who help make this tournament a great success," Carr said, adding that without the support of the businesses and individuals in our area the fundraiser would not be possible.
North Greenville Crisis Ministry offers temporary assistance, including food, clothing and crisis funds, to individuals and families who live in northern Greenville County. In 2016, the organization served more than 3,000 families.
Learn more about the Crisis Ministry here.
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