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Edmond family to hold charity golf tournament for child with brain tumor

The Edmond family of a 2-year-old diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor will hold a golf tournament to help with medical expenses
By Nasreen Iqbal, Staff Writer Modified: July 22, 2014 at 5:00 pm •  Published: July 22, 2014

Farrah Love Sinclair, 2, was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor in April.

Her parents, Daxton Sinclair, who works in the oil industry, and Jenna Sinclair, a counselor, have cherished each moment with her and plan on continuing to do so in the short time doctors have given her for survival, said Farrah’s uncle, Sky Rylant.

To raise money for Farrah’s medical expenses, the family will host a charity golf tournament and silent auction where participants can play golf, have lunch and participate in a silent auction for items ranging from Thunder merchandise to spa treatments.

The tournament will be from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 25 at Oak Tree Golf and Country Club, 700 Country Club Drive.

Participants are not required to be country club members, Rylant said.

To learn more, donate

To register or for more information about the fundraiser, contact Rylant at 612-0558 or email

To learn more about the Sinclairs, visit their Facebook page at

To donate to the family, go to their fundraising page at


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