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ThanksUSA national spokesperson, Stephen Curry, will host the 2nd Annual Stephen Curry ThanksUSA Charity Golf Tournament on Monday at the Presidio Golf Club in San Francisco. Local community leaders, sports and entertainment VIPs, members of the military, and corporate representatives will participate to raise funds for ThanksUSA’s scholarship program.

Dedicated to basketball, education, and especially to family, Stephen continues to shine. This weekend, he will join his father, former Charlotte Hornets guard, Dell Curry, in co-hosting a father/son or daughter basketball camp. The NBA stars will share basketball techniques and offer advise on how to excel both on and off the basketball court.

Participants of both events will get to experience Stephen’s good nature and resiliency. The Golden State Warriors guard has been recovering from ankle surgery since April. He recently reported that he had been cleared to play pickup and Warriors fans are eager to see him join his teammates at training camp in October.

The ThanksUSA team wishes Stephen continued health as well as a great NBA season. We’ll be bringing you photos of Monday’s Golf Tournament via Facebook and Twitter, so make sure to follow/like ThanksUSA. If you would like to keep up with latest Stephen Curry news, be sure to visit his website at stephencurry30.com.

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Our sincerest thanks to Stephen Curry for always thinking of ThanksUSA and more importantly, ThanksUSA Scholarship recipients. When the Golden State Warriors played the San Antonio Spurs last week, Stephen invited local ThanksUSA scholar, Daniel Keef, and his family to attend. Although a mid-game ankle injury prevented Stephen from meeting with the Keefs after the game, Daniel reports that they had a great time and shared some awesome photos with us.

Daniel Keef with parents Gale and LTC Jeffrey T. Keef, USAF (RET)

Thanks again, Stephen, and thank you Keef family for sharing!

Gale, Jeffrey, & Daniel Keef

Jeffrey, Bethany, & Daniel Keef

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