July 16, 2004
Lowndes County - Since 1984, Lowndes County Sheriff Ashley Paulk has hosted a golf tournament to benefit the American Cancer Society.
"It's a one day tournament but we actually have so many people playing, to get them on the golf course we have to have three days of a one day tournament," Said Sheriff Ashley Paulk.
With more than 400 participants, it is estimated the tournament will raise more than 20-thousand dollars.
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