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Please join us for RCPA PAC’s 6th annual golf outing at the beautiful Hershey Country Club on Thursday, May 9th! Lunch will start at 11:00 am in the clubhouse followed by a putting contest and 1:00 pm shotgun start.

The RCPA PAC raises money and supports campaigns of state legislators who work tirelessly on issues that benefit mental health, intellectual disabilities, children’ services, substance use disorder treatment and services, brain injuries, medical and vocational rehabilitation, physical disabilities and aging, and other related human services. The funds raised through RCPA PAC can make the difference between a win and a loss on an issue or assist in making a new ally. Even if you can’t be a strong contributor to RCPA PAC fundraising efforts, we all have friends and business associates who are interested in helping our allies to victory. Getting involved in RCPA PAC not only allows you to help make decisions on who the committee supports, but also helps to identify new folks who will join in our successes.

Further questions may be directed to Jack Phillips, RCPA Director of Government Affairs.

Calling all golfers (and those who pretend to play golf like Jack), it’s time to register for RCPA/RCPA PAC’s 4th annual golf outing at the beautiful Hershey Country Club, 1000 East Derry Road, Hershey, PA 17033 on Thursday, May 11. Registration starts at 10:30 am, lunch begins at 11:00 am, followed by a putting contest and 12:30 pm shotgun start.

Golf outing sponsorships are also available. We hope you will considering becoming a golf sponsor; it is a great way for your organization to get noticed and an opportunity to support a worthy cause.

The RPCA Political Action Committee (PAC) raises money and supports campaigns of state legislators who work tirelessly on issues that benefit mental health, intellectual/developmental disabilities, substance use, brain injuries, medical and vocational rehabilitation, and other related human services. The funds raised through RCPA PAC can make the difference between a win and a loss on an issue or assist in making a new ally. Even if you can’t be a strong contributor to RPCA PAC fundraising efforts, we all have friends and business associates who are interested in helping our allies to victory. Getting involved in RCPA PAC not only allows you to help make decisions on who the committee supports, but also helps to identify new folks who will join in our successes.

Further questions may be directed to Jack Phillips.