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ST. LOUIS, MO - March 6, 2019 - Imagine a helicopter hovering over a green on the golf course and dropping hundreds of golf balls. No, you're not dreaming. It's all part of The St. Louis Fisher House 6th Annual Golf Tournament to be held Thursday, June 6, 2019 at the Forest Park Golf Course in St. Louis. Where does the helicopter come in?  It's the Ball Drop. Golf balls are purchased for $10 each and randomly assigned a number. If your number lands in the cup you win 50% of the "pot". Check it 

out! https://youtu.be/44Q1on47PhY  Last year's tournament raised over $40,000! All proceeds benefit The St. Louis Fisher House and their families. The St. Louis Fisher House provides a home for military families, free of charge, when a family member is undergoing treatment at the Jefferson Barracks or John Cochran Medical Center. Sponsorships are available at all levels. Prize donations are also appreciated. To register, or for more information visit www.fisherhousestlgolf.org or call Jim Sheets at 314-353-8000. Registration and warm up begin at 10:00 am. Lunch provided with an 11:30 am. tee-off. A dinner and auction follow at 5:00 pm. All registrations include golf and dinner. Foursomes are $600, and individuals are $150. Non-golfer dinner and auction is $50. 

About The Fisher House St. Louis.   

The St. Louis Fisher House provides a home for military families, free of charge, when a family member is undergoing treatment at the Jefferson Barracks or John Cochran Medical Center. It is available to all families of a member that has served or is currently serving in any branch of the military, no matter how long they served. This home allows families to stay together during one the most stressful periods in their life, and hopefully will allow them to recover faster with loved ones nearby. CharityWatch.org has an A+ rating for Fisher House - one of the few charitable organizations earning that ranking. For additional information visit www.fisherhouseinstl.org.   

ST. LOUIS, MO - March 6, 2019 - Imagine a helicopter hovering over a green on the golf course and 

dropping hundreds of golf balls. No, you're not dreaming. It's all part of The St. Louis Fisher 

House 6th Annual Golf Tournament to be held Thursday, June 6, 2019 at the Forest Park Golf Course 

in St. Louis. Where does the helicopter come in?  It's the Ball Drop. Golf balls are purchased for 

$10 each and randomly assigned a number. If your number lands in the cup you win 50% of the "pot". 

Last year's tournament raised over $40,000! All proceeds benefit The St. Louis Fisher House and 

their families. The St. Louis Fisher House provides a home for military families, free of charge, 

when a family member is undergoing treatment at the Jefferson Barracks or John Cochran Medical 

Center. Sponsorships are available at all levels. Prize donations are also appreciated. To 

register, or for more information visit www.fisherhousestlgolf.org or call Jim Sheets at 314-353-8000.

Registration and warm up begin at 10:00 am. Lunch provided with an 11:30 am. tee-off. A dinner and 

auction follow at 5:00 pm. All registrations include golf and dinner. Foursomes are $600, and 

individuals are $150. Non-golfer dinner and auction is $50.

The St. Louis Fisher House provides a home for military families, free of charge, when a family 

member is undergoing treatment at the Jefferson Barracks or John Cochran Medical Center. It is 

available to all families of a member that has served or is currently serving in any branch of the 

military, no matter how long they served. This home allows families to stay together during one the 

most stressful periods in their life, and hopefully will allow them to recover faster with loved 

ones nearby. CharityWatch.org has an A+ rating for Fisher House - one of the few charitable 

organizations earning that ranking. For additional information visit www.fisherhouseinstl.org.

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