Summit School’s 9th Annual Golf Tourney

| September 15, 2013
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Jerry and Cindy Longanecker of Crofton and Stan Underwood and Stacey Longanecker of Glenn Dale.

Jerry and Cindy Longanecker of Crofton and Stan Underwood and Stacey Longanecker of Glenn Dale.

On October 3rd, Summit will hold its 9th Annual Golf Tournament. This year’s tournament is sure to please: there will be fun contests (Air Target, longest drive, and closest to the pin) along with door prizes from fantastic, local businesses. Thanks to Annapolis Subaru, a 2014 Subaru Outback will be awarded to the lucky golfer who makes a hole-in-one on hole #12. Lunch will again be generously donated by The All American Steakhouse and Sports Theater of Edgewater.

Raffle tickets are on sale now for a chance to win a 7-night stay at Belmont Towers (October-April) in Ocean City, MD plus golf foursomes at River Run Golf Club and OC Golf Club. Tickets are $40 each or 3 for $100 and are available online or at the tournament.

Thank you to this year’s tournament Platinum Title Sponsor: Stohlman, Beuchert, Egan & Katula, Chtd.

Net proceeds benefit the students and faculty of The Summit School. Summit is celebrating its 25th year of educating bright children with learning differences, in grades first through eighth, to their full potential.

Register by September 17th for early bird pricing of $150 per golfer or $600 per foursome. Over 90 golfers are expected to play at The Golf Club at South River in Edgewater, a regional favorite. To register or to buy raffle tickets visit www.thesummitschool.org.

Sponsorship opportunities and corporate player packages are still available. Please contact Melanie Sipple at melanie.sipple@thesummitschool.org for more information.

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