Wabash Valley Athletics to host Golf Outing on July 19

The flier for the Wabash Valley College golf outing is attached. Interested parties or sponsors should contact the Wabash Valley College Athletics Department for additional information.

MOUNT CARMEL -- Wabash Valley College will be hosting a golf outing on July 19 with all proceeds raised supporting WVC's Athletics Department.

The outing will be hosted by Wabash Valley's Athletics Department at the West Berwick Golf Course in Mount Carmel, with WVC student-athletes and coaches of the various Warrior sports as attendees for the event.

Interested parties can register for $200 per team (with a team consisting of four individuals). The registration cost includes green fees, cart and lunch.

Check-in for the outing is 11 a.m., with lunch coming at noon. A 1 p.m. shotgun start time will follow, as well as prizes and awards following the tournament. Additionally, there'll be a silent auction, door prizes, giveaways, skins game, mulligans and more at the outing.

Interested sponsors for the outing will be offered the following opportunities:

$100 Hole -- Sign at 1 Tee Box.

$250 Birdie -- Sign on each cart and hole.

$350 Eagle -- Team entry, lunch, cart signs.

$500 Tournament -- Team entry, lunch, cart signs, hole signs.

If anyone's interested in registering, interested in the various sponsor opportunities or has additional questions, contact the Wabash Valley College Athletics Department.

**Note -- This article is an edited and corrected version of a previous one that ran in the June 18 edition of the paper.

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