ACTC Golf Scramble will benefit students
Published on Aug 19, 2017
Ashland Community and Technical College will host its fourth annual Golf Scramble for student scholarships on Monday, Oct. 9, at the Bellefonte County Club.
“Scholarships make a tremendous difference in the lives of our students and for some, could be the determining factor of whether they can attend college,” said Dr. Kay Adkins, ACTC president and CEO. “Last year’s scramble raised more than $23,000 for scholarships, and we hope to increase that amount this year.”
Single registration is $150. Registration for a team of four is $600; a team of four with one hole sponsor is $750. Two foursomes with two hole sponsors is $1,500. The cost for hole sponsor only is $150.
Registration fees include cart and green fees as well as lunch.
The scramble begins with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. The rain-out date is Monday, Oct. 16.
To register or for more information on how to sponsor the event, contact Dean of Resource Development and External Affairs Willie McCullough at 606-326-2068 or firstname.lastname@example.org.