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Scouts plan charity golf classic
SAN ANTONIO -- Nestled within 200 acres of majestic oak trees and rolling hills within San Antonio’s Southwest Texas Medical Center, Oak Hills Country Club will be the site for the Alamo Area Council, Boy Scouts of America Charity Golf Classic Monday, Oct. 29. Oak Hills is one of the most storied and respected golf courses in the country and one of San Antonio’s most admired private country clubs.
Oak Hills will play host to Scout supporters and sponsors to raise money for the Boy Scout ScoutReach program. ScoutReach is an in-school Scouting program that serves more than 4,000 at-risk youth. Utilizing ScoutReach funding, the Alamo Area Council targets South San Antonio children from economically challenged, and often single-parent, homes. The funds raised this year will help cover costs associated with sending kids to camps, as well as salaries for employees who serve in the absence of volunteer leaders.
The four-player scramble tournament officially starts at 12:30 p.m. with a putting tournament elimination round and other competition. There will be contests for longest drive and closest to the pin, and a hole-in-one win-a-new-car contest. A reception and an awards dinner will immediately follow the tournament.
For more information, visit www.BSACharityGolfTourney.com or contact Courtney Bukowski at 210-296-7623 or via email at email@example.com.
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