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Grayling's Annual Golf Outing Announces New Tribute Project

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The Grayling golf community gathered to raise money to help send local students to college.

At this year's annual Irv McIsaac Golf Outing a big announcement was made for plans to pay tribute to the Grayling High School Golf team.

This past April, the golf team lost a coach and a high school teammate in a car accident.

Chet Wheeler, Grayling Country Club board member says, "Essentially we're going to have a fire pit surrounded by donated bricks, and then we're going to have a big boulder for the tribute to the team itself."

If you're interested in donating or buying a brick for the golf tribute project, contact the Grayling Country Club for more details.

9&10's Katie Boomgaard was at the golf outing and has more details on the tribute project.

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