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Golfers raise $8,000 for MICF

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A full complement of 144 golfers chipped in to help Ft. Lauderdale-based National Marine Suppliers raise about $8,000 for the Marine Industry Cares Foundation on Sunday. Golfers and sponsors were treated to a putting contest and a full round of golf at the Diplomat Golf & Tennis Club followed by a dinner and awards ceremony as well as a lively raffle. Photos by Lucy Chabot Reed

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Lucy Chabot Reed is publisher and founding editor of The Triton.

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