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Meet Bears legend Dennis McKinnon at 7-Eleven FOAC charity golf outing!

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

The 7-Eleven Franchise Owners Association of Chicagoland is hosting their annual charity golf outing on Aug. 22, which benefits great local causes. You'll also get a chance to meet Dennis McKinnon!

The Chicago Bears legend and 1985 Super Bowl champ is also going to be a guest on The Final Word this Sunday!

The 7-Eleven FOAC event includes breakfast, a shotgun start, 18 holes of golf, a Taste of Chicago BBQ lunch, a silent auction, and a cocktail reception, all for only $175.

The reception includes raffle drawings, a prize awards ceremony and lots of time to meet and greet. Attendees will also receive a $70 voucher to use at Callaway Pro Shop!

The golf outing benefits Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, the BTB Foundation and Gift of Hope: The Organ and Tissue Network

The event will take place at St. Andrew's Golf and Country Club located at 2241 Rt. 59 in West Chicago. Registration is easy: Visit www.7-ElevenFOAC.com or call the Golf Hotline at 312-253-7342.

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