School of Mines News
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June 3, 2005
Contact: Steve Buchholz, Public Information Manager, 394-6082
School of Mines & Community Golf Tournament
Golfers don’t really need an excuse for a day off, but in case you’re looking for one, consider playing in the first annual School of Mines & Community Golf Tournament, scheduled for Monday, June 27, at Arrowhead Country Club in Rapid City.
The modified scramble tournament is designed to raise money for athletic and academic scholarships so the School of Mines can provide more assistance to talented and bright students.
“It’s going to be an enjoyable day,” School of Mines President Dr. Charles Ruch said. “We have some great prizes and a challenging course, and the money raised will give more students access to the School of Mines experience.”
Team prizes will be awarded in multiple flights, giving everyone a chance to win. In addition, three hole-in-one prizes will be offered — a Harley Davidson motorcycle, a spa and a year’s tuition and fees at the School of Mines.
The registration fee is $150 per player. The tournament is limited to the first 120 golfers who register. Learn more and register at www.hpcnet.org/golftournament2005. The School of Mines also is offering tournament sponsorship opportunities. Learn more about those at website or by calling the SDSM&T Foundation at (605) 394-2436.
Committed sponsors include Barker and Little, School of Mines President's Office, Black Hills Corp., First Gold, RESPEC, U.S. Bank, Rapid City Journal, Harry and Laura Orville, Western Dakota Insurers, SymCom Inc., Farmers Insurance and Financial Services, Wyss Associates, Epic Outdoor Advertising, Piper Jaffray, Hills Materials Company, and Butler Machinery Company.
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