The Three Rivers Endowment Trust will host its 10th Annual Golf Tournament on Friday, June 16, at Westwood Hills Country Club in Poplar Bluff. The four-person scramble tournament will begin with check-in and lunch at noon, followed by a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Following the tournament, there will be a reception from 5:30-7:30 p.m., which will include a shrimp boil sponsored by Dille & Pollard, Toth & Associates, and Heartland Engineering, LLC. The evening reception is open to the public.
“We’re excited to gear up again for another great day of fun, good golf, and helping to support Three Rivers and its students,” said Michelle Reynolds, Director of Development for Three Rivers College. “Thanks to the support of our community, this has become one of our longest-running events, and we’ve raised thousands of dollars to help Three Rivers build futures in our region.”
All proceeds will go to benefit the Three Rivers Annual Fund, which funds special projects and helps make a difference in the lives of TRC students. The Fund allows Three Rivers to continue in its mission while allowing the College the financial flexibility to pursue important projects and new initiatives as they arise.
Registration is open for both participants and sponsors. Player registration is $135 for individuals and $550 for teams and includes contest packages, greens fees, cart, lunch, refreshments on the course, and an evening reception following play. Lunch is sponsored by Taco Taco, Las Margaritas, and Maya’s Mexican Restaurant.
Individuals and organizations are invited to sponsor the event at one of four participation levels. Sponsoring a single hole is $100, silver-level event sponsorship is $250, gold sponsorships are $500, and platinum sponsorship is $1,000.