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Alpharetta golf tournament supports hemophilia research
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The 31st annual Hit ’Em for Hemophilia Golf Tournament is Tuesday at the Manor Golf and Country Club and Alpharetta Athletic Club in Alpharetta. 

Sponsored by Hemophilia of Georgia in partnership with the Atlanta Braves, the tournament supports critical research directed toward finding a cure for hemophilia, a hereditary blood clotting disorder that requires very expensive, life-long medical treatment. 

 The registration fee includes greens fees and cart, breakfast, lunch, goodie bag, and the opportunity to win exceptional prizes for first and second place teams. The reception following the tournament includes dinner, awards, raffle and live and silent auctions. 

Information: www.hog.org/golf; Kirstin Downie, Director of Development, (770) 518-8272 or kmdownie@hog.org.  

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