Thursday, October 20 2005|
Oct. 24th "Hub City Scramble" To Raise Funds For Mike Callas Stadium at North Hagerstown High School
Contact: Noel Boyer, 301-573-3605 or Brooke Ober, 301-797-6207.
For Immediate Release:
"Hub City Scramble" To Raise Funds For Mike Callas Stadium at North Hagerstown High School
(Hagerstown, MD Oct. 20, 2005) - Organizers of the Hub City Scramble golf tournament say that sign-ups for the October 24th event have been going very well. The golf tournament is a fund-raiser for the soon-to-be-built Mike Callas Stadium at North Hagerstown High School.
The Hub City Scramble will have a shotgun start at 9am at Black Rock Golf Course. The North Hagerstown High School "Hub Boosters" have volunteered to organize and run the event. According to Hub City Booster Noel Boyer, "We're very excited to hold our first annual Hub City Scramble. Sign-ups for this tournament have been more than we anticipated, and many area companies have stepped forward to help sponsor this event."
There are several prizes up for grabs, during the tournament. Boyer said, "The first place team will win $100 in the pro shop, and there are prizes for longest drive, closest to the pin, and also a car will be given away to the first person who makes a hole in one." Boyer said that the Black Rock Golf Course has been great to work with. "for a first time event to be basically sold-out, is a credit to the Black Rock Golf Course staff who have greatly helped us"
Four-person teams cost $400. Individuals may sign up for $100.
Some of the sponsoring companies and organizations include the Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Childerston & Associates, Olde Towne Title, Conservit Inc, Atlantic Security, Jeff Mussolino, Lynn Lowry Group REMAX, Enhance Printing and Promotions, CMG Electric, Valley Supply, Callas Contractors Inc, Atlantic Funding Inc, Mercantile Bank, and Chevy Chase Customs.
The Mike Callas Stadium at North Hagerstown High School is set to break ground during the Fall of 2005, and organizers say that fundraising will continue. The Washington County Board of Education has endorsed the project, which will be built utilizing a significant amount of private donations.
For more information about the stadium project, see: www.mikecallasstadium.com.
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