First Lutheran School hosting Cardinal Classic

Ponca City Now - October 22, 2015 3:40 pm

First Lutheran School is hosting its second annual “Cardinal Classic” fundraising golf tournament on Oct. 25. The money raised through this tournament will help fund the school’s educational and technology departments for grades Pre-K through 8th grade.

The four-person scramble will be held at Wentz Golf Course, and you can support FLS by becoming a hole sponsor for $100, a putting green sponsor for $200, or an entrance sponsor for $500.

Sponsors will have a sign or banner with their business or family names placed at the tournament for all participants to view. If you do not want to be a sponsor, donations are also welcomed and appreciated. Not only is your donation 100 percent tax deductible, it will also be helping First Lutheran provide students with updated technology for use in the classroom.

Monetary donations or other items for “door prizes” of any kind are welcomed. Sponsorship levels are as follows: $500 Entrance Sponsor: includes 4-person team entry fee plus banner with your name or place of business displayed along the entrance to the tournament. $200 Putting Green Sponsor: includes a banner with your name or place of business displayed at the putting green. $100 Hole Sponsor: includes a sign with your name or place of business displayed at one of the 18 holes. To sign up for the tournament, please contact First Lutheran School at (580) 762-4243. For more information on how you can support the school, please call Principal David Birnbaum at (580) 762-4243

Entry Fees are $80 per player. Registration fee includes green fee, cart fee, lunch, 2 drink tickets, and mulligans. Fees are $320 per team. Registration fee includes green fee, cart fee, lunch, 2 drink tickets, and mulligans for a team of 4 players. *Individual registrants are encouraged and will be placed on a team if you do not have one.


 

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