Swinging for soldiers

The Industry Advisory Council's 2004 IAC Partners Golf Tournament earlier this month attracted 153 duffers'federal IT officials and industry representatives'to the Reston National Golf Course. The event raised more than $33,000 to help soldiers wounded in Iraq, said Mitzi Mead, IAC's industry chairwoman.

Todd Repass, left, of the Agriculture Department and Kim Shackleford of Ambit Group organized the tournament, then hit the links themselves.
Army Sgt. Donnie Garwood, center, caught a ride with Elaine Dauphin, left, of Computer Sciences Corp. and event volunteer Lisa Lourake.


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