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Come Join Us for our 10th Anniversary Event!

EWGA is celebrating its 10th anniversary and you and a guest are invited to help us celebrate 10 great seasons of golf. 

Your tickets for our 10-year anniversary -- only $10!!  Invite a friend.

You will be walking down the Red Carpet at the Trout Museum of Art.  Be ready to smile for the flashing cameras!  The Trout Museum of Art will be featuring the first annual Festival of Trees and Wreaths Exhibit for you to enjoy while you sample hors d'oeuvres and sip your beverage.  

Your senses will be treated to good food, fine music, beautiful art, sparkly attire and the scents of the Holiday Season to come. This is definitely an opportunity to wear that beautiful dress or outfit!

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Benefits for our local chapter  .... read more about it here.


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