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Lori Lajoie Golf Tournament benefits Seven Hills.

The Lori Lajoie Charity Golf Tournament took place at Worcester Country Club. Golfers enjoyed the tournament throughout the day followed by cocktails, a silent auction, dinner and a live auction. Proceeds benefited Seven Hills Foundation, which supports the welfare of people with developmental, physical, psychological and related disabilities. Lori Lajoie, who was mentally disabled, died in 2001 at age 37 of ovarian cancer. Her father, Ray Lajoie, was the golf pro at Worcester Country Club for 30 years.


CUTLINE: (1) George Berry, Paul Connolly and Craig Stevens (2) Ray Lajoie and Jason Parajeckas (3) Kim and David Dylewicz (4) Shane Eagan and Kevin Early

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Publication:Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA)
Date:Oct 31, 2007
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