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Local celebs hit the links to raise money for CATCH

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NORTHVILLE, Mich. (WJBK) -

Local sports and media celebrities turned out Monday morning to raise money for CATCH, the children's charity founded by former Detroit Tigers manager Sparky Anderson.

The charity's annual golf outing took place at the Meadowbrook Country Club in Northville. Click the videos above to hear more from FOX 2's Amy Andrews.

Participating celebrities included Tom Brookens, Derian & Kevin Hatcher, Craig Monroe, Vinnie Johnson, Greg Landry, Mike Lodish, Reggie McKenzie, Eddie Murray, Dan Petry, Mickey Redmond, Dave Rozema, Frank Tanana and many more.

CATCH annually raises money to provide a current and future source of funding for items and services that improve the quality of life of sick, injured and needy pediatric patients at Children's Hospital and Henry Ford Hospital.

To learn more, log on to www.catchcharity.org.

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