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HOW WOULD -YOU- LIKE TO HELP AT-RISK YOUTH IN TUCSON AND HAVE A LITTLE FUN GOLFING?  If so, click here! 

Here's more from the Blair Charity Group on the big golf fundraiser:

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The mission of the Blair Charity Group is to develop the youth and young adults of Southern Arizona through accessible programs, sports camps, clinics and leagues that build leadership, life skills and community engagement.

For 16 years, Joseph Blair and the Blair Charity Group have been changing the lives of our most vulnerable youth. 

Our premier program, The Arizona Basketball Academy, ABA, promotes the social and physical well-being of boys and girls ages 9 -18.  ABA is offered as a week-long camp each summer and a series of one day clinics throughout Southern Arizona.   ABA focuses on basketball skills as well as building social, leadership, and life skills.  What sets Blair Charity Group’s programs apart from other basketball camps in the Tucson area is that participants do not pay to attend. 

Blair Charity Group collaborates with a number of diverse, youth based non-profit organizations in the community to promote our camps and clinics such as Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson, Tucson Urban League, S.E.B.A. Leadership program, Child and Family Foster Care Services, City of Tucson, Autism Society for Southern Arizona and more.   Each participant leaves with an ABA T-shirt, a new basketball and strengthened skills on and off the court!

All proceeds of the “Who’s Your Caddy?” Golf Scramble will benefit The Arizona Basketball Academy (the signature program of the Blair Charity Group).  The Arizona Basketball Academy has annually provided access t world-class basketball camps and clinics for thousands of underserved youth in Southern Arizona. 

If you'd like to take part in the golf tourney, you can register on www.blaircharitygroup.org 

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