Sugar Bowl ski team hosts golf tournament benefiting Tahoe Forest Hospice
DONNER SUMMIT, Calif. and#8212; The Sugar Bowl Ski Team will host its annual golf tournament at the Tahoe Donner Golf Course, Sept. 24 to benefit the Tahoe Forest Hospice. With winter fast approaching and the subsequent need for numerous articles of cold weather clothing for families in need, the Ski Team is urging participants to bring bags of winter clothing, including old jackets, boots, hats and gloves, all to be donated to the Hospice.
Registration is $130 per person and includes continental breakfast, green fees and cart, a boxed lunch and awards reception. Format is a shotgun start, four-person scramble, teeing of at 11 a.m. sharp. Monies from entry fees will be donated to the Hospice, as well as toward the Sugar Bowl Ski Team Foundationand#8217;s Scholarship Program, whose mission is to ensure ski racing is accessible to all, creating a diverse association of people sharing a common interest in the positive development of children of all socioeconomic backgrounds. Call 426-6771 for registration.
Sugar Bowl Resort, atop Tahoeand#8217;s Donner Summit, offers some of the regionand#8217;s best skiing and riding, and the most annual snowfall in North Lake Tahoe. The Sugar Bowl Ski Team nurtures the development of Tahoe-area skiing talent, defining success as the enjoyment of giving one’s best effort and achieving the satisfaction that comes from knowing that you have tried your hardest, whether on the race course or the open mountain. It should be the goal of every member to provide the commitment, attitude and effort required for the pursuit of success and excellence. For more information visit http://www.sugarbowl.com or call 426-9000. For more information on the Sugar Bowl Ski Team visit http://www.sbst.org.
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