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The 10th Corbin’s Cup Golf Benefit for BRIDGE is set for Thursday, July 22, at Hudson’s Troy Burne Golf Course.

BRIDGE provides year-round life skills training, employment services, and social and recreational programs for youth and adults with disabilities.

“The Corbin's Cup Tournament raises necessary funds for BRIDGE programs,” said BRIDGE Executive Director, Peg Gagnon. “With the onset of COVID-19 last year, BRIDGE has quickly and methodically developed virtual day services classes as well as providing 1-to-1 in-home care to serve clients after suspending in-person services in adherence with COVID-19 guidelines.”

She noted that the tournament sponsored by Bjorn Nesvold of Landmark Wealth Management Group raises funds but also promotes awareness of the BRIDGE vision that individuals with disabilities are community assets to be nurtured and developed.

The 18-hole best ball scramble is $200 per player and includes dinner, a mulligan ticket, entry into the skills games, and three raffle tickets. Last year’s 50/50 raffle brought in $2,000, which was split between BRIDGE and the winner.

For more information, call 715-808-0454 or email

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