Daughters of the Nile tourney

  • Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Provided The Milcah Temple Daughters of the Nile first annual golf tournament held at Summerville Country Club last month raised more than $8,000 for charity. The Daughters teamed up with Piggly Wiggly and Metro Electric to sponsor the event. The Charleston Restaurant Association presented a $5,000 check for the Shriners Hospital for Children at the tournament. Pictured are Randy Harley (Past Potentate of Omar Shrine), Bill Collins (Mayor of Summerville), Terry Harley (Past Queen of Milcah Temple), Madison Condon (Patient of Shriners Hospitals for Children Greenville), Stacey Craven (Queen of Milcah Temple), Steve Carol (CRA President), Kenny Craven (Past Potentate, Treasurer, and CRA Board member).


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