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McAfee & Taft joins in teeing off for TEEM

September 12, 2012

McAfee & Taft is proud to sponsor “Tee Off for TEEM,” a golf tournament benefiting The Education and Employment Ministry, on September 27th at the Rose Creek Golf Club in Edmond, Oklahoma.

Oklahoma City-based TEEM is an interfaith non-profit organization that works to reduce poverty, homelessness and unemployment in Oklahoma by providing education, job training and placement assistance, and social services to empower people to become self-sufficient.

This is the second annual tournament which features a 4-person scramble format and prizes from many local establishments, including B.C. Clark Jewelers, Boulevard Steak House, Rococo, Dave & Busters, Western Concepts and others. The cost is $200 per golfer or $800 per team. For more information on the tournament and ways you can help, please visit www.teem.org/events, or contact Sarah Blaney at sblaney@teem.org or call 405.235.5671 ext.215.

McAfee & Taft and its employees regularly donate their time and resources to more than 150 different community organizations that serve the public interest, particularly in the areas of civic, cultural, economic and educational development. Whether its providing pro bono legal services, volunteering time for local charities, serving in leadership positions on community boards or tutoring children in public classrooms, McAfee & Taft attorneys and staff remain committed to the highest levels of excellence and personal integrity in sharing their time, talents and resources to help improve the quality of life for all Oklahomans.