Submitted photo Many Spring-Ford County Club ladies golfers, who participated in a tournament for the Keystone Wounded Warriors, present a check to Paul Spurgin, vice president of KWW. Spurgin gave the S-F lady glfers a framed KWW emblem silk flag in return in appreciation for their efforts.

ROYERSFORD — Spring-Ford Country Club (SFCC) recently presented a check to the Keystone Wounded Warriors (KWW) organization for $3,700.

Paul Spurgin, vice president of the KWW, accepted the check on behalf of the Women’s Annual Charity Golf Tournament. This year marked the first annual tournament for the Keystone Wounded Warriors “All-Ladies Invitational Golf Tournament,” coordinated by the Spring-Ford CC Women’s Golf Association.

The KWW bring support to those wounded veterans and their families in Eastern Pennsylvania, and ensured that the sacrifices of the wounded veterans are never forgotten, nor their long-term needs.

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For more information on the Keystone Wounded Warriors, visit www.keystonewarriors.com

Spurgin presented a framed KWW emblem silk flag to the lades as an expression of the organization’s gratitude.

Lynne Broadwater serves as co-chairman of the ladies golf program at Spring-Ford Country Club.