Local “Golfers Against Violence” Poster Launched
PGA Professionals from several Lincoln County and Mescalero golf courses joined local male golfers in the release of another “Men Against Violence” poster, a campaign hosted by HEAL and the Nest Domestic Violence Shelter in Ruidoso Downs.
The Golfers Against Violence poster is the 14th
in the series that features prominent and respected men in the community taking a stand against violence. Earlier posters included Local Men, Native Men, Hispanic Men, Police Officers, Fire Fighters, Doctors, Body Builders, Pastors, Fathers & Daughters, Athletes (the Ruidoso High School Football Team and Coaching Staff), Teachers from Ruidoso High School and Ruidoso Middle School. Copies of the earlier posters are available on HEAL’s website at www.helpendabuseforlife.org
Participating in the Golfers Against Violence poster are PGA Professionals Eric Eggleston – The Links at Sierra Blanca, Melissa Misquez – Cree Meadows County Club, Daniel Nuñez – The Inn of the Mountain Gods, Alayne Lee – The Golf Club at Rainmakers and Donald Bryant – Alto Lakes Golf & Country Club. Local golfers Ted Durham Don Ratay, Dee Griffin and Ronald Travis joined as well.
The Golfers Against Violence poster is being distributed throughout Lincoln County and the Mescalero Apache reservation. To obtain a copy for your business, please call the Nest at (575) 378-6378.