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Brothers Host Annual Golf Tournament

The David K. Johnson Foundation is holding its charity golf tournament on Aug. 20 at Black Swan Country Club.

The David K. Johnson (DKJ) Foundation will be holding their 12th annual DKJ Foundation Golf Tournament on Monday, Aug. 20  at Black Swan Country Club in Georgetown. The DKJ Foundation’s mission is to promote awareness and provide support for individuals and families affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.

Brothers Bruce and Gregg Johnson, life-long Reading residents and owners of of Winchester, created the foundation in honor and memory of their parents, David and Susan Johnson. David was diagnosed with progressive dementia at the age of 59. Several years ago he lived at Peter Sanborn Place in Reading and was the conduit to many of the services offered by the Sanborn today. 

Proceeds from the DKJ Foundation Golf Tournament will support the Cure Alzheimer’s Fund, the David & Susan Johnson Memorial Scholarship Fund (awarded to a Reading Memorial High School student pursuing a career in health care or medicine), and Sanborn Place, Home Care & Day Services located in Reading and Wakefield. To learn more about the foundation and these charities, please visit www.dkjfoundation.org.

Spend a day at a beautiful location with friends supporting a great organization. The DKJ Foundation wants to help individuals in the community and the foundation needs your help. There are many ways to support the annual golf tournament. Please consider golfing, sponsoring a hole, attending the reception, donating to the raffle or to the golfer’s goody bags.

For further information, call 781.838.6130 or visit www.dkjfoundation.org.

Erin Calvo-Bacci August 06, 2012 at 03:09 PM
The Chocolate Truffle of Reading and Winchester is giving a Cupcake Special Coupon and a Chocolate Special coupon and for all those who come in from August 20th - August 27th and mention you're shopping for DKJ we will donate 15% of that sale to the organization.

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