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Golf event for home-building non-profit

September 8, 2008

An Indianapolis-based organization that builds accessible homes for seriously injured Hoosiers is hosting its annual fundraising golf tournament Sept. 11. Organizers are expecting a full field, but as of this morning, limited space was available.

Indianapolis attorney James Keller, of Keller & Keller, helped found Samantha's House Foundation in 2005 in response to a car accident that left Samantha Allen paralyzed from the neck down. Keller represented Allen's family following the car accident and wanted to help her family by providing a more accessible house.

The golf tournament will be held at Highland Golf and Country Club, 1050 W. 52nd St., Indianapolis, 46228. The event will include prizes, hors d'oeuvres, and a raffle after the tournament; registration begins at noon and the shotgun start is at 1 p.m.

Contact Rachel Flynn at (317) 275-3024 for more information about registering for the golf tournament.

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