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UFDBs (Unidentified Flying Double-Bogeys)

Posted by Ralph Ranalli May 21, 2007 09:55 AM

Could the UFOs spotted by the Mexican air force in March have just been a golf tournament at the Campeche Country Club?
(Reuters image)


If you see glowing orbs whizzing around the sky in Stow next Friday night, don't panic or rush to the phone to call the nice US Air Force folks at Area 51.

Golfers will be using special glow-in-the-dark balls as part of a night time tournament to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis. The MS GlowBall tornament at the Stow Acres Country Club is being organized by Southborough woman whose sister is afflicted with the disease.

Michelle Labich also organized a town-wide yard sale to raise money for MS research and will soon participate in four separate bike rides to raise funds. The tournament will kick off at 5:30 p.m. with dinner, music and a cash bar and continue with a silent auction, raffle and dancing. Golf will begin at 7 p.m.

Tickets cost $100 for golfers and $50 for party-goers. All proceeds will go to the Central New England chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Anyone seeking more information is urged to contact the organizers by e-mail or call 508-460-1204.

-- Jennifer Rosinski

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