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Golf Tournament


Benefitting the Correctional Peace Officer Foundation
Established in 2009
 

This year's event:
Saturday, August 12th, 2017 at the Woodburn Estates & Golf

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Registration
at 8am

Please tell everyone about this wonderful organization.
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Tee Time
at 9am

Please arrive promptly to allow time for check-in.
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Cost:
$300.00

The entire cost is per 4-person scramble.
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Includes:
18 holes,

bag, golf cart, lunch, prizes and various awards
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Awards &
Lunch

There will be an awards presentation and lunch.
 

Woodburn Estates & Golf


In the heart of the lush Willamette Valley, the golf course at Woodburn Estates & Golf provides a unique challenge among the many courses in the Willamette Valley offering beautifully kept greens and well-groomed...


See Their Website
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Register for this year's Tournament

Contact Info:
Tom Donaldson: Co-Director 541-720-1622
Steve Perrine: Co-Director 503-702-5573
Tony Ruvalcaba: Sponsorship Director 503-314-9687



Woodburn Estates & Golf | 1776 Country Club Road | Woodburn, Oregon 97071 | 503-981-0189

About CPOF

The Correctional Peace Officers (CPO) Foundation is a national, non-profit charitable organization created in 1984. Its primary function is to preserve and support the surviving families of Correctional Officers who lose their lives in pursuit of their chosen profession of protecting the public from those remanded to correctional custody and supervision in the nation’s prisons and jails. The CPO Foundation is a bona fide charity registered with the Internal Revenue Service under IRC 501(c)(3), 509(a)(1) & 170(b)(1)(A)(vi), ID No. 68-0023302.

The CPO Foundation is not a political action group or committee of any kind, nor is it affiliated with any political action group or committee of any kind, nor is it involved in any collective bargaining issues with any employee groups, associations and/or administrations.

It is the policy of the CPO Foundation that we do not recognize privatization in the field of Corrections. The CPO Foundation adheres to the policies of the Federal Government’s Department of Justice. Those policies recognize only law enforcement officers within the public sector.

Past Events

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