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Kresge's Krew Foundation

Story and photography by Megan Venable

Participants in the Autism Breakthrough of Knoxville’s Kresge’s Krew 2018 golf tournament enjoyed the last few days of glorious autumn weather while vying for the leaderboard raising funds for a worthy cause. The shotgun start competition ended with a reception and celebration of achievement in the clubhouse of Holston Hills Country Club. Event chair John Thomas welcomed featured golf pros Scott Stallings and Peter Malnati and thanked attendees for their gracious support. Breakthrough is founded by parents of children with autism with a mission to provide services that enable adults with autism to lead purposeful lives.

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