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Be Kind Kin Golf Classic slated at Bucks Club


After a successful 2022 event, the nonprofit Kin Wellness and Support Center announces the second annual Be Kind Kin Golf Classic to be held at The Bucks Club in Jamison on Monday, June 19.

Archetype Advisors will serve as the 2023 Title Sponsor.

The event website is now active. Anyone in the community interested in sponsoring the event and/or playing can visit the website at or call 267-544-5981.

Funds raised will stay local and benefit Kin Wellness and Support Center, which provides free integrative services, therapy, support and fitness to cancer patients and caregivers across Bucks County.

The event will be held at The Bucks Club, and include breakfast, a full round of golf with carts, and lunch. Anyone who does not golf but would like to support Kin are invited to attend the lunch for $35 per ticket.

Sponsorships are still available. Many in the community have already signed on to sponsor this year’s event: (Title Sponsor) Archetype Advisors, Grace Media Services, Inc., Stone Hill Contracting, Michael Hutkin Window Coverings, Brian Fitzpatrick, Liz Graham and Bob Rodenbaugh, Broderman Internal Medicine, Affordable Home Fuel, The Allegheny Group at Morgan Stanley, Barre3, Spiritual Bridge Coaching, Lawrence Glenn, Kate Burke of Method Financial Planning, LM Construction, Doylestown Floor Covering, Felix Tuccillo Northwestern Mutual of Bucks County.

Grace Media Services Inc. organized the golf outing and manages the event website.

“Last year the Kin Golf Classic generated over $30,000; we are hoping to top that this year,” said Executive Director of Kin Keith Fenimore. “We are lucky to collaborate with so many passionate sponsors who are community focused. We strive to make our events fun and meaningful and inspire the community to support local endeavors through our work. Our nonprofit is so grateful to all who stand by us, and the over 280 people we care for.”

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