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30th annual Mount Marty College Golf Classic
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Date/Time
Wednesday, May 14th 2014 - 8:00 am - 10:00 pm

Location
Hillcrest Country Club

The 30th annual Mount Marty College Golf Classic will be held at Hillcrest Country Club in Yankton, SD on Wednesday, May 14. All are invited to join Mount Marty College alumni, business partners, and friends in supporting and participating in the annual MMC Golf Classic. Participation and sponsorships provide support for student scholarships, academic resources and many campus improvements at the College.

There are men’s and women’s divisions with up to 144 golfers.  Each individual registration of $135 includes 18 holes of golf, a registration gift, one mulligan, dinner and a team photo. Sponsorships are also available at $1,000, $500 and $250 levels. Online registration is available at www.mtmc.edu/golfclassic. Spaces tend to fill up quickly, so those interested are encouraged to sign up early. The tournament is a shotgun start beginning at 1:00 p.m.

A raffle will also take place with prizes such as: Golf Weekend in the Hills; iPad Mini and Beats Headphones sponsored by CorTrust Bank; and “Man Cave” Package – all valued at $500 or more.  An awards dinner sponsored by First National Bank South Dakota will follow the event at 6:00 p.m.

To help celebrate the 30th year of this fundraiser, pictures from years past will be featured on the course and at the dinner. If anyone has pictures or stories from past MMC golf classics, please contact the Office of Advancement at 605-668-1542 so they can be shared at the May 14 event.

Special thanks to the MMC Golf Classic volunteer committee consisting of Peggy Frank, James Grotenhuis, Bruce Teachout, Adam Walsh and Lynette Bruening.

For more information, contact event organizer Shannon Viereck at 605-668-1542 or shannon.viereck@mtmc.edu.

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