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Alzheimer’s NJ Hosts Annual Legendary Links Golf Raffle; Drawing Set for Summit's Canoe Brook CC June 5

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DENVILLE, NJ - Alzheimer’s New Jersey is again hosting its annual Legendary Links golf raffle to benefit programs and services for over 500,000 individuals and their family caregivers throughout New Jersey who are impacted by Alzheimer’s disease.

In lieu of a traditional golf outing, the organization --  formerly the Alzheimer’s Association Greater New Jersey Chapter -- presents a unique fundraising raffle that gives winners the chance to play a round of golf at various prestigious courses and clubs in the area.

Each Legendary Links Golf Raffle ticket purchased is entered to win a round of golf for three people along with the prize sponsor, including greens fees, caddie or cart, plus lunch unless otherwise noted. The purchase of a ticket also enables the entrant to attend the Alzheimer’s New Jersey raffle drawing and reception on June 5, at Canoe Brook Country Club Golf Club. The cocktail reception begins at 6 p.m. followed by the drawing at 7:30 p.m. 

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Alzheimer’s New Jersey is a nonprofit organization that provides local support, assistance and information to individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias and their caregivers in New Jersey. The organization plays a crucial role in delivering programs and services to New Jersey families facing Alzheimer's disease as 100% of the funds raised support local residents.

Only 1,500 tickets, priced at $100 each, will be sold to ensure every guest a fair and encouraging chance to experience the golf outing of a lifetime. For more information, a full list of courses and how to purchase tickets, visit alznj.org/events/legendary-links-golf-raffle/.

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