ACTC hosts eighth golf scramble
September 29, 2021
Bill Washburn, Bret Collins, Ray Gillum and Roger Gillum
It was a beautiful day at Bellefonte Country Club for Ashland and Community Technical College’s eighth annual golf scramble, held Friday, Sept. 24.
The scramble raises money for ACTC’s Foundation, which administers student scholarships.
This year’s event had 24 teams participate and raised $49,750.
The winner of the scramble was the team from Infusion Solutions, made up of Bill Washburn, Bret Collins, Ray Gillum and Roger Gillum.
Sponsors included Community Trust Bank, Central Hardware & Furniture, Continuing the Legacy Foundation, Al and Mary Cat Flath, Members Choice Credit Union, Orthopedic One, American Electric Power (AEP), Clark's Pump-n-Shop, King’s Daughters Medical Center (KDMC), IBEW Local 317, Catlettsburg Refining, LLC, Desco Federal Credit Union and John Stewart/VanArt Properties.
To date, the golf scramble has raised a total of $241,851. As a result, $26,580 in scholarships have been awarded and ACTC’s endowment is valued at $157,761.
During Friday’s event, Laura Patrick earned the first ever hole in one in the scramble’s history and the college also had the pleasure of having Old Crow Medicine show participate in the scramble.
“We had a great turn out for our eighth annual golf scramble with beautiful weather and the most teams to date play,” said Brooke Seasor, Director of Resource Development. “We are very fortunate and appreciative to our community members who play and sponsor each year. These scholarship funds allow our local students to receive the assistance needed to complete their degrees.”