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My good friend, and fellow homeschooling mom,  Tami’s uncle Ronnie was involved in a serious motorcycle accident in August that has left him not only paralyzed from the waist down, but with a partially amputated leg.


The medical bills and expenses to make his home wheelchair friendly will be staggering. I was informed that while Ronnie had insurance, the other driver did NOT.


To help Ronnie the family has paired up with Deer Pass Golf in Seville, Ohio to host a fundraiser offering 18 holes of golf, steak dinner, 50/50 raffle, silent auction and a bake sale.


If you do not golf, please consider coming out for the

steak dinner

50/50 raffle

silent auction

and bake sale!


Golf  &  Steak Dinner

$65 per golfer if paid by Oct 20th (includes golf, cart, lunch, dinner)

$75 per golfer if paid after Oct 20th (includes golf, cart, lunch, dinner)

Dinner Guest $25 or with a family sponsorship $40


Golf foursomes:
11:30    Registration,  Putting Contest,  Lunch
1:00    18 Holes and Cart,  Proximities,  Skins
6:00    Steak Dinner,  Awards,  Silent Auction


To register and pay online go to


If you prefer to pay by check rather than online, make check payable to Deer Pass Golf Course with details and mail to :


Deer Pass Golf Course
5886 Greenwich Rd
Seville, Ohio  44273


Remember, if you do not golf, but would like to help, you can come for supper and enjoy other activities such as 50/50 raffle, silent auction and a bake sale.


Sponsorship donations are also being accepted and can be donated through

Chadly Gibson,  Deer Pass GM (216) 469-9241

*Deer Pass Golf works with families to provide fundraisers for these kinds of situations.

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Tracy Zdelar

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In addition to writing here at her blog,, Tracy also owns and writes at Homeschooling her boys, a niece, teaching high school psychology at their homeschool co-op and hosting a Homeschool Lego Club ensures there is little time for boredom for this mom! Tracy loves Jesus, her family, and good coffee.

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