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November 15, 2008
Arizona’s 4th Annual Cure PH Golf Tournament

Another Year of Fundraising Success in Arizona
By the AZ Cure PH Golf Tournament Committee

AZ Golf Tournament LuncheonThe tournament was held at the Arizona Grand Resort on November 15. Once again the Arizona sunshine did not fail us and it was a beautiful day. After the tournament, we dined al fresco, handed out awards, and held a raffle and silent auction. The event helped raise awareness for pulmonary hypertension and the funds raised by the tournament will help the Pulmonary Hypertension Association fund research and patient services.

We hope everyone who attended enjoyed themselves and had a fun day with family and friends. We want to thank the many people who participated, the sponsors, Deirdre Farrell and Debbie Castro at PHA, and the committee members and volunteers who helped make this tournament possible. We greatly appreciate the support of all who are committed to helping us each year in our efforts to raise awareness and search for a cure to pulmonary hypertension.

In 2009, we are going to change things up a little — we are going to hold a Casino Night November 7, 2009. We hope to see you all there! Please visit PHA's online calendar for more details.

AZ Golf Tournament 

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