Community Service Programs, a nonprofit that helps abused and runaway children in Orange County, held its 31st annual Swing For Kids Charity Golf Tournament at Oak Creek Golf Club in Irvine on May 22. About 96 golf enthusiasts, community members and supporters of the organization helped raise more than $50,000 for Community Service Programs, which has youth shelters in Huntington Beach and Laguna Beach.
Golf tournament nets more than $50,000 for nonprofit
Dawn Kline, with Musty Putters in Signal Hill, left, rushes over to Keith Hills after he just barely missed a 30-foot putt, for a prize of $300, in a putting contest during the 31st annual Swing For Kids Charity Golf Tournament at Oak Creek Golf Course in Irvine. Hills was the only participant to make both the 10-foot putt for $100 and 20-foot putt for $200. The tournament goes to benefit Community Service Programs (CSP), a nonprofit organization that raises money to help support at-risk youth and their families. (KEVIN CHANG, HB Independent / May 22, 2014)