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Join former Atlanta Falcon, Terance Mathis for an evening of golf, competitive games, silent auction, and fundraising for the Emory ALS Center on Sunday, September 17th from 5pm to 9pm. Anyone can play Topgolf, from aspiring pros to those who’ve never walked 18 holes. This mult-level driving range is equipped with drivers, microchipped balls, and targets to hit.

Our honoree and guest speaker is Kerry Goode, former University of Alabama and NFL running back. Kerry was diagnosed with ALS in August, 2015. 

The Emory ALS Center is one of the largest clinical centers for ALS in the United States. Their approach to care and research bridges multiple disciplines and departments. They are physicians, nurses, therapists, social workers, basic and clinical research scientists, students, fellows, and volunteers. Emory invests in basic science research needed to understand the disease, and conducts promising clinical trials, while also providing the best care to ALS patients in the Southeast. Their slogan “Celebrate Life, Imagine a Cure” is what they do every day.

Registration is $75 for each person and includes three hours of golf competition, food, drink tickets, prizes, and more.

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