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ATU Golf Tournament Raises Critical Funds for MS

The ATU held its 36th Multiple Sclerosis Research Fund Golf Tournament from October 2-3, 2022, at the Worthington Manor Gold Club in Urbana, MD. Despite the rainy and cold conditions, it was a great day for the ATU as more than 65 golfers came out. ATU Locals, other unions, supporters, and guests raised essential funds for the ATU MS Research Fund to support ongoing research to help end MS.


After a day of golfing on the course, International President John Costa and International Secretary-Treasurer Ken Kirk addressed participants, thanking them for attending the tournament and supporting the ATU MS Research Fund. Also in attendance were International Executive Vice President Yvette Trujillo and International Vice Presidents Jim Lindsay, Natalie Cruz, and Art Aguilar.

The ATU Multiple Sclerosis Research Fund has been raising money to help find a cure for MS for more than 36 years. The cause of MS is still unknown. Scientists believe that a combination of environmental and genetic factors contributes to the risk of developing multiple sclerosis.  MS affects more than 2.3 million worldwide. Thank you to everyone who sponsored, golfed, and donated to help the ATU raise funds needed to help find a cure for MS. We look forward to seeing everyone at future events for this great cause.