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Carolina Kids Classic Golf Tournament marks 30 years of benefiting Ronald McDonald House


On June 7, the Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill celebrated the 30th Annual Carolina Kids Classic Golf Tournament. Since its inception in 1988, the CKC has raised more than $4 million. Woody Durham and businessman Mike Haley created the CKC. This year’s tournament featured a special tribute to Mr. Haley, the late Woody Durham and Dean Smith. (Chapelboro.com)

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