Heroes Golf Tournament benefits the Wounded Warrior Project

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People across the valley are coming together to help honor military service members. (KFSN)

People across the valley are coming together to help honor military service members.

The Wounded Warrior Project helps those who were injured while serving our country and has helped thousands of veterans and their families, including people in the Valley.

According to the Wounded Warrior Project:
  • Less than 1percent of the public serves the country.

  • 2.5 Million troops have been deployed to conflicts.

  • 51,000 Troops have received physical injuries.

  • 320,000 Service members report experiencing a traumatic brain injury.

  • 400,000 Live with the invisible wounds of war.


The Wounded Warrior Project serves veterans and their families who received an injury during military service on or after September 11th. They help 55,000 people across the world.

The 3rd annual Heroes Golf Tournament benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project
Saturday, May 2nd.
Dragonfly Golf Course in Madera County (Formerly Riverbend Golf Club)
The cost is $125 per person.
You also have a chance to win a car with a hole-in-one!

More information at centralvalleyheroes.com
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