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Winners of the Justin Timberlake foursome prize "have their day" at Lakeside C.C. (From left to right) Winner, Mike Steiner - Celebrity, Justin Timberlake - Winner & MRF Board member, Mike Quattro - Hack n' Smack Committee member & Prize Donor, Aaron Postil

7th Annual Hack n' Smack
Celebrity Golf tournament,
honoring Kerry Daveline
is set for
Monday, April 19, 2010!
"The cancer we can see, but no one talks about."

Scott Elrod (Men in Trees), Dennis Haysbert (The Unit) & Kevin E. West (Co-Host)

Tom Katsis, assisted by the UC Irvine Derm girls, show off Chet Nelson's message!

Paula Trickey (The O.C.) & Michael Moynahan (Co-Host)
The 6th Annual Hack n' Smack swings into action on Monday, May 11, 2009
in honor of Kerry Daveline, and supporting the Melanoma Research Foundation!
On Monday, May 11, 2009 The Actors' Network will host the Sixth Annual Hack n' Smack, Kerry Daveline, Celebrity Golf Classic at the El Caballero Country Club. We are donating 100% of the net proceeds to The Melanoma Research Foundation.
"The Hack n' Smack tournament helps raise awareness and dollars to fight melanoma. I am proud to be affiliated with this event."
Richard Schiff, The West Wing
"Melanoma is historically one of the most underfunded cancers and yet more and more people are diagnosed with the disease each year. I'm glad I can help bring awareness to this terrible disease. Hopefully, the money we raise each year for the Melanoma Research Foundation will one day lead to a cure."
Chris Gorham, Harper's Island
"The Hack n' Smack, Kerry Daveline Memorial Celebrity Golf Classic is a five-year old affair quickly becoming one of the preeminent charitable golf tournaments in Southern California."
-Steve Strauss, USA Today
Click here for full article.

Every hour of every day, someone dies of melanoma in the U.S. Melanoma strikes people of all ages, races, and economic levels. One in 75 Americans will develop melanoma during their lifetime. It is the fastest rising cancer in the U.S. and the most deadly. It is also the most highly preventable, and treatable, if caught early. Currently, melanoma research receives less than 10% of the funding given to basic research of other cancers.

You can make a difference. Please join us. Help protect our families and friends by raising awareness and money to find a cure. For registration information call click on the Players link to the left and download a player form or email us at .

Cheers to you from the team...
Kevin E. West - Co-Host
Michael Moynahan - Co-Host

For more information contact Event Coordinator, Jenn Wilson,
Subject line specificity is very helpful! Or call The Actors' Network (818) 509-1010

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