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Three Mile Island golf outing raises $40,000

Posted 8/9/17

The Three Mile Island Charity Golf Tournament raised about $40,000 this year for the Londonderry Volunteer Fire Company.

This year’s annual tournament was held Friday, Aug. 4 at Sunset Golf …

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Three Mile Island golf outing raises $40,000

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The Three Mile Island Charity Golf Tournament raised about $40,000 this year for the Londonderry Volunteer Fire Company.

This year’s annual tournament was held Friday, Aug. 4 at Sunset Golf Course.   

“More than ever, we value our partnership with Three Mile Island and through their support our fire company has been able to continue to meet the needs of our community,” said Bart Shellenhamer, Londonderry Township Supervisor and chief of the Londonderry Volunteer Fire Company. “We are fortunate to have a neighbor who is as committed to the community as they are.”

Over the past 12 years, the TMI Charity Golf Tournament has raised more than $600,000 for the fire company, according to TMI. The funds have been used to expand the fire station and purchase emergency and firefighting equipment. 

“Three Mile Island is committed to being a good neighbor and a positive force in the local community,” said TMI Site Vice President Ed Callan. “This golf tournament is one way we continue to strengthen those relationships.”

A field of more than 100 golfers teed off at Sunset Golf Course in Londonderry Township. Representatives of Three Mile Island, Londonderry Township and Londonderry Volunteer Fire Company worked together on the planning and fundraising for the event. 

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