The 50th consecutive Little City Invitational Golf Tournament benefiting children and adults with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities will take place Monday, June 17, at Twin Orchard Country Club in Long Grove. Palatine-based Little City will honor Kent Dauten, managing director and co-founder of Keystone Capital Inc., with the Morrie Kellman Humanitarian Award, named after the tournament's creator. Sponsorships, foursomes and individual player registrations are still available. Guests will enjoy 18 holes of golf followed by a cocktail reception, dinner, entertainment and auctions. Individual golf tickets are $750 or $3,000 per foursome. Tickets for dinner are $150 per seat. For more information or to register, visit littlecity.org/lci or call (847) 221-7831.
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