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    Golf Tournament to benefit crime victims in Jefferson County

    Victim Outreach Information

                                . . . Assisting Victims of Crime and Trauma


    8th Annual Fairways to Fairness

    Victim Outreach Information (VOI) is hosting the 8th Annual Fairways to Fairness Golf Tournament on Friday, July 27, at Fossil Trace Golf Club in Golden. The Sunset Soiree follows the tournament and offers golfers a spectacular sunset event on the deck at the Fossil Trace Golf Club, nestled in the Jefferson County foothills.

    Victim Outreach Information (VOI) has been providing services to crime victims in Jefferson County for 25 years. They provide assistance to victims of crime and trauma from the initial crisis through the sometimes confusing criminal justice process. VOI has been recognized nationally for their accomplishments on behalf of innocent people who fall victim to crime.

    The Fairways to Fairness for Victims golf tournament is supported by First Judicial District Attorney Scott Storey and sponsored by FirstBank, The South Restaurant, Arbor Occupational Medicine, Fiore & Sons, Inc., and Stevinson Automotive.

    Registration for the tournament starts at 12:30 with a shotgun start at 1:30. The format is a 4-person scramble. The Sunset Soiree begins as the tournament ends, at 6:00 p.m. offering cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and a live auction.

    Fossil Trace Golf Club in Golden offers one of the finest venues in Colorado. The $600 fee for each foursome includes golf cart, valet service and the Sunset Soiree.

    For registration or other information, contact Vista Exline at 303-202-2196, vexline@msn.com or www.victimoutreach.org.

    Pam Russell
    DA Public Information

    May 25, 2012

    Last Updated: 7-2-2013
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