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May 21, 2001
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Golf Tourney Benefits Children’s Science Center
The first annual Newt’s Shootout golf tournament gives you a chance to skip a day of work and help science education for children at the same time.
The Leadership Rapid City Class of 2000 is sponsoring the tournament, scheduled for Friday, June 22, at the Elks Country Club in Rapid City. All proceeds will benefit the Children’s Science Center in Rapid City.
“ Our class was very interested in providing opportunities for youth in our area and to provide educational opportunities,” class member and tournament chairman Robin Stambaugh said. Stambaugh also is senior secretary in the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology’s Office of University and Public Relations.
Teams of four will tee off at an 8 a. m. shotgun start. Golfers will win hole prizes, and the first person to ace the ninth hole will win a 2001 Harley- Davidson Road King worth more than $ 19,000.
The cost per player is $ 55 if you register on or before June 15, and $ 65 per player after June 15. The fee includes a barbecue lunch at the Elks Club and an invitation to the Children’s Science Center for desert and the presentation of prizes after the tourney.
To register, or for information about becoming a tournament, hole, or hazard sponsor, call Robin Stambaugh at ( 605) 394- 2554.
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