Penn State DuBois Golf Benefit a Success
More than $8,000 was raised to support campus athletics at the Fourth Annual Penn State DuBois Athletics Golf Benefit. Hosted by the DuBois Educational Foundation and Penn State DuBois, 104 golfers played in the scramble on Saturday, August 25, at the Treasure Lake Silver Course. All proceeds from this event benefit the six intercollegiate athletic programs on campus.
The winning team shot a 15 under par (57) and was comprised of Jason McCaslin, Ian Miller, Judd McCullough, and Mike McCullough. Each member of the winning team received a new pair of Footjoy golf shoes. Other winners of skill prize competitions were: Flop Wall Challenge, Mike Stockdale; Putting Contest, Ian Miller; Team Skins, Andy Wiesner, Karl Weisner, Ruth Ross, and Kim Wiesner.
Title Sponsors again for this year’s event were Johnson Motors and Veolia Environmental Services, in addition to 35 businesses and individuals who donated funds or items for the golf benefit.
"Aaron Beatty, who has been the golf committee chairmen the past two years, organized a great event and we thank Aaron and the 25 volunteers who shared the day with the golfers on the course to make the tournament a huge success," said Penn State DuBois Athletic Coordinator Ken Nellis.
After golfing, a meal of chicken and ribs was shared by all the participants and skill prizes were handed out for all 18 holes.
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