We are at that time of the year where we are gearing up for the annual Chip'n Classic Golf Tournament. This event has been one of the most successful fundraisers the Alumni Association hosts and we hope to continue its growth even further this year.
The golf tournament will be held at The Dominion on Monday, March 13th and we are looking for sponsors. Click here for our sponsorship form and help support the growth of the Alumni Association by sponsoring. If you are you are unable to sponsor please pass along the form and information to anybody you may know who would like to be a part of this great event.
We will have a shotgun start at 1:00pm with a putting contest before the tournament begins. There will be a closest to the pin and longest drive contest as well. In addition we will have a silent auction with all types of items ranging from sports memorabilia to all inclusive trips!
Registration is now open for the event. Please click here to sign up now! Register before Feb. 24th for early bird pricing of $115 per player. Price after Feb 24th is $140 per player.
(Please indicate your team members when you register)
We are planning for a great event that all Yellow Jackets and friends of the community can reconnect and have a great time together. The alumni community of St. Anthony is strong and continues to grow and with the help of our alumni events like this can continue on and extend the Yellow Jacket Alumni presence on campus for years to come.
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