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Cherokee Boosters Golf Tourney

Friday, August 14, 2009

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The Cherokee Athletic Boosters will stage their 7th annual Golf Tournament on Sunday, August 23 at the Cherokee Country Club. The format is "4 Person Best Shot," and golfers must register by Monday, August 17.

The cost is $45 per player, and that includes 18 holes of golf, a buffet meal, and "lots of fun."

For $100, golfers can sponsor a sign and be part of the "Friends of the Braves" sign display. For $300, golfers can be a hole sponsor, getting your name on a sign at one of nine holes, as well as recognition in the media and at the event itself. For $750, four golfers can play, get meals,and sign and media recognition. At $1500 buys a Corporate Sponsorship, permitting eight golfers to play and get meals, along with sponsoring a sign and media and event recognition.

Golfers who cannot participate but would still like to make a donation to the Athletic Boosters may certainly do so, and anyone who would like to donate a prize for the event is certainly welcome to do so as well.

The schedule for the day on August 23 begins with a "Shotgun" start at 12 noon, and a great buffet-style meal, served by the Hy-Vee Deli, follows the golf. Sponsors will be recognized at the meal, and prizes will also be awarded. The coaching staffs of the Washington High School athletic teams will also be present to provide brief overviews of their programs.

Checks for the golf tournament should be made payable to "Cherokee Athletic Boosters," and may be sent to Dan Winchell, c/o Holzhauer Motors; P.O. Box 479; Cherokee, IA 51012. Donations may be tax deductible.

For more information, you may contact Winchell at 225-5713, Jim Haselhoff at 225-4417, Eric Comstock at 225-5713, or Brandon Slaughter at 229-7718.

The Cherokee Athletic Boosters help support the students and staff of the Cherokee Braves family. Recent purchases by the Boosters include a wind screen for the tennis court and batting cages for baseball and softball. Future items which Boosters plan to fund include a new scoreboard for the softball field, a basketball "shooting machine," and railings for the bleachers at George Hicks Field.



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