4th Annual "Swing for Hope"

and how to maintain a job.
"It helps also when people are out of work. It contributes to homelessness, poverty, domestic abuse, substance abuse, it can change lives. It brings back dignity and purpose," said Larissa Kreilein, Business Director, Jobs for Life.
 

BOWLING GREEN, Ky (WBKO) -- An early morning golf scramble creates opportunities for adults across South Central Kentucky.
The fourth annual "Swing for Hope" took place at The Course at Riverview, thanks to the efforts of Hope House volunteers.
Money raised will help provide funding for "Jobs for Life" program.
“Jobs for Life” is an international, non-profit, Biblical based organization, focusing on interviewing skills, how to resolve conflicts and how to maintain a job.
"It helps also when people are out of work. It contributes to homelessness, poverty, domestic abuse, substance abuse, it can change lives. It brings back dignity and purpose," said Larissa Kreilein, Business Director, Jobs for Life.
More than 100 golfers participated this morning.


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