In April of 2013, 10-year-old Courtney Edgin was severely injured when her family vehicle was struck by a motorhome at Unser and Northern, here in Rio Rancho. Courtney’s injuries were so severe that she was not expected to survive the helicopter flight to a local hospital’s trauma unit, just minutes away.
With the help of police, fire, EMS, and surgical staff, Courtney did survive, but now her family faces monumental expenses related to her care and almost a month in the hospital. It will be months, or possibly years, before Courtney is able to resume normal activities and the life of a normal 10-year-old.
Saturday, September 28th at 8:00am, local organizations, businesses and our community will be participating in a golf tournament to help off-set expenses and to salute the first-responders who helped save Courtney’s young life.
Please help us by showing support for Courtney!
WHEN: September 28t– Registration opens at 6:45am–Shotgun start at 8:00am.
WHERE: Twin Warriors Golf Course
1301 Tuyuna Trail
Santa Ana Pueblo, NM 87004
COST: Minimum donation to play $125 per person
Raffle tickets and Mulligans $5 each available in day of tournament.
TONS of GREAT Raffle PRIZES!!!
Contact Bobbi Huber at (505) 730-3951 or Phillip Arrendale at (505) 264-9436 to confirm your spot!
Ed Smith has been in television since the 80s and began Edit House Productions, LLC in 2000. He grew up in Culver City, California, where he enjoyed hanging out with his father on the sets of MGM Studios. Ed has been awarded dozens of Addy, Telly and Aurora Awards for cinematography, directing, and art direction. Over the years, Ed has produced for Fortune 500 companies like Pizza Hut, Cessna Aircraft, Coleman, and Rent-A-Center. Ed earned a MA in Communications and a BA in Radio-TV-Film from Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas.