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Thousands of dollars raised for historic Santa Cruz Church at Golf Charity Event; Fundraiser ongoing

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Thousands of dollars were raised over the weekend for one of the most historic churches in Southern Arizona -- Santa Cruz Church, on South 6th Avenue and 22nd street will celebrate 100 years in 2018, and the historic building is in need of renovations.  

The 11th Annual Santa Cruz Parish/Knights of Columbus Fr. Bach - Bro. Angel de Santa Cruz Council #14139 Benefit Golf tournament took place at the Golf Club at Vistoso (955 W. Vistoso Highlands Drive).

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Donations are still being accepted, and are much needed.  

For info, please contact Bob Valencia at 520-403-1541

Knight's of Columbus member Andy Cancino said, "We are having our annual golf tournament at Vistoso G.C on Saturday September 17th. (It's) to help benefit the renovation of the kitchen that both the parish and school use. Santa Cruz will be celebrating it's 100th anniversary in 2018. It is recognized as a historic building, and well our kitchen is just not up to par for serving hot breakfast or lunch".

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