Golf outing raises $12,500 for three charities
Family Financial Foundation hosted a fund-raising golf event on Aug. 17 and raised $12,500, which was shared by three charities. 
The event, A Good Walk Spoiled, was held to benefit Lex-Care, Christian Appalachian Project and The Boot Campaign. Above, from left, are Alex Roig, Family Financial Foundation vice president; Carolyn Ridley, FFF treasurer; David Smyth, FFF president; Marty Preston, tournament sponsor and Benchmark Mortgage Lexington branch manager; Lisa Maxey, presenting sponsor Culver's of Lexington in Hamburg owner; Michael Maxey, presenting sponsor Culvers of Lexington in Hamburg owner; and Brett Meers, golf committee member.
Golf outing raises $12,500 for three charities Family Financial Foundation hosted a fund-raising golf event on Aug. 17 and raised $12,500, which was shared by three charities. The event, A Good Walk Spoiled, was held to benefit Lex-Care, Christian Appalachian Project and The Boot Campaign. Above, from left, are Alex Roig, Family Financial Foundation vice president; Carolyn Ridley, FFF treasurer; David Smyth, FFF president; Marty Preston, tournament sponsor and Benchmark Mortgage Lexington branch manager; Lisa Maxey, presenting sponsor Culver's of Lexington in Hamburg owner; Michael Maxey, presenting sponsor Culvers of Lexington in Hamburg owner; and Brett Meers, golf committee member.
Golf outing raises $12,500 for three charities Family Financial Foundation hosted a fund-raising golf event on Aug. 17 and raised $12,500, which was shared by three charities. The event, A Good Walk Spoiled, was held to benefit Lex-Care, Christian Appalachian Project and The Boot Campaign. Above, from left, are Alex Roig, Family Financial Foundation vice president; Carolyn Ridley, FFF treasurer; David Smyth, FFF president; Marty Preston, tournament sponsor and Benchmark Mortgage Lexington branch manager; Lisa Maxey, presenting sponsor Culver's of Lexington in Hamburg owner; Michael Maxey, presenting sponsor Culvers of Lexington in Hamburg owner; and Brett Meers, golf committee member.

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