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Century Club Charities, host organization for the Sanderson Farms Championship, held its annual Birdies for Charity luncheon recently at the Country Club of Jackson. In 2015, the Birdies for Charity grant program raised $287,087.25 for Mississippi charities based on 1,630 birdies made during the tournament. The top three charity participants for 2015 were Mississippi SIDS and Infant Safety Alliance, United Way of Leflore County, Inc. and Kindness Foundation. Pictured are, from left, Steve Jent, Executive Director of the Sanderson Farms Championship, Renee’ D’Agostino, Sanderson Farms Championship staff, Hilary Burroughs, Director of Marketing for Sanderson Farms, Holly Lange, Century Club Charities Board Member, John Mercer, Sanderson Farms Championship staff, Jennifer West, Executive Director of the Kindness Foundation, Kaye Allen, Volunteer for the Kindness Foundation, Jeff Hubbard, Century Club Charities Secretary, Marilyn Wright, Sanderson Farms Championship staff, Peter Marks, Century Club Charities President, Diana Gustafson, Sanderson Farms Championship staff, and Jonah Beck, Sanderson Farms Championship staff. Courtesy of Century Club Charities

Birdies raise $287,000 for state charities

Century Club Charities, host organization for the Sanderson Farms Championship, held its annual Birdies for Charity luncheon recently at the Country Club of Jackson. In 2015, the Birdies for Charity grant program raised $287,087.25 for Mississippi charities based on 1,630 birdies made during the tournament. The top three charity participants for 2015 were Mississippi SIDS and Infant Safety Alliance, United Way of Leflore County, Inc. and Kindness Foundation. Pictured are, from left, Steve Jent, Executive Director of the Sanderson Farms Championship, Renee’ D’Agostino, Sanderson Farms Championship staff, Hilary Burroughs, Director of Marketing for Sanderson Farms, Holly Lange, Century Club Charities Board Member, John Mercer, Sanderson Farms Championship staff, Jennifer West, Executive Director of the Kindness Foundation, Kaye Allen, Volunteer for the Kindness Foundation, Jeff Hubbard, Century Club Charities Secretary, Marilyn Wright, Sanderson Farms Championship staff, Peter Marks, Century Club Charities President, Diana Gustafson, Sanderson Farms Championship staff, and Jonah Beck, Sanderson Farms Championship staff.

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