Family Financial Foundation raises nearly $20,000 from golf scramble
The Family Financial Foundation held its second annual A Good Walk Spoiled Golf Scramble and Party on Aug. 16 at Andover Golf and Country Club. The event raised almost $20,000 for three local nonprofit organizations: The Christian Appalachian Project, Lex-Care and The Lexington Dream Factory. The foundation, founded by David Smyth and Alex Roig in 2010, is a Lexington-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that tries to raise awareness about, enhance and financially support other nonprofit organizations that share its core values. Pictured above are Brett Meers, left, Carolyn Ridley, Smyth, Scott Downing, Terry Hagan, Jim Mike Williams, Mike Maxey, Roig, Jackie Lemieux, Vince Lemieux and Morgan Cox.
Family Financial Foundation raises nearly $20,000 from golf scramble The Family Financial Foundation held its second annual A Good Walk Spoiled Golf Scramble and Party on Aug. 16 at Andover Golf and Country Club. The event raised almost $20,000 for three local nonprofit organizations: The Christian Appalachian Project, Lex-Care and The Lexington Dream Factory. The foundation, founded by David Smyth and Alex Roig in 2010, is a Lexington-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that tries to raise awareness about, enhance and financially support other nonprofit organizations that share its core values. Pictured above are Brett Meers, left, Carolyn Ridley, Smyth, Scott Downing, Terry Hagan, Jim Mike Williams, Mike Maxey, Roig, Jackie Lemieux, Vince Lemieux and Morgan Cox.
Family Financial Foundation raises nearly $20,000 from golf scramble The Family Financial Foundation held its second annual A Good Walk Spoiled Golf Scramble and Party on Aug. 16 at Andover Golf and Country Club. The event raised almost $20,000 for three local nonprofit organizations: The Christian Appalachian Project, Lex-Care and The Lexington Dream Factory. The foundation, founded by David Smyth and Alex Roig in 2010, is a Lexington-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that tries to raise awareness about, enhance and financially support other nonprofit organizations that share its core values. Pictured above are Brett Meers, left, Carolyn Ridley, Smyth, Scott Downing, Terry Hagan, Jim Mike Williams, Mike Maxey, Roig, Jackie Lemieux, Vince Lemieux and Morgan Cox.

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