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ACTC Golf Scramble will benefit students

Sept. 10, 2018


     Ashland Community and Technical College will host its fifth annual Golf Scramble for student scholarships on Monday, Oct. 8, at the Bellefonte County Club.
     Single-player registration is $150. Registration for a team of four is $600; a team of four with one hole sponsorship is $750. Two foursomes with two hole sponsorships is $1,500. The cost for hole sponsorship only is $150.
     Gold-level sponsorship is $2,500 and includes two golf teams, five mulligans, a small banner and recognition in mailings and printed materials. Platinum sponsorship is $5,000 and includes two golf teams, 10 mulligans, premiere signage, recognition in mailings and printed materials and a gift indicating corporate sponsorship.
     Proceeds benefit student scholarships; tax is included in the cost of registration and sponsorships. Registration fees include cart and green fees as well as lunch.
     “With reduced state funding over recent years, the need for scholarships is greater than ever. Scholarships give our students that needed boost to get them working towards success,” Brooke Seasor, director of resource development at ACTC. “Scholarships help change lives. Sponsoring and/or participating in our golf scramble is a great way to invest in the future of our students.”
     The scramble begins with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. The rain-out date is Monday, Oct. 15.
To register or for more information on how to sponsor the event, contact Seasor at 606-326-2092 or