By Utah National Parks Council
May 21, 2013

Scouts thank sponsors for the annual BSA Charity Golf Classic

Scouts Thank Sponsors for the Annual BSA Charity Golf Classic at Riverside Country Club on May 6, 2013

Utah’s Premier Golf Course, Riverside Country Club Provo, hosted the Utah National Parks Council annual 2013 Golf Invitational.

“Riverside is the perfect location to hold the Boy Scout Golf Invitational,” said Jan Newman, Golf Committee Chairman, Council Executive Board Member, and a principal with SageCreek Partners. “We had perfect weather for golf with good friends all to benefit the Boy Scouts.”

Riverside hosted Scout supporters and sponsors helping raise funds to support the largest BSA Council in the nation—the Utah National Parks Council with over 84,000 youth, 43,000 adult volunteer leaders, and 100,000 registered merit badge counselors in central and southern Utah.

The team Tee Package included Nike® leather golf shoes. Participants also received breakfast and lunch as well as the opportunity to win a 2013 Toyota Prius hole-in-one prize sponsored by Brent Brown Toyota, and a $10,000 cash hole-in-one prize sponsored by Beehive Insurance, and $1,000 hole-in-one prize sponsored by philanthropist Dave Gunn.

Additional prize sponsors included HybridLight and Chick-Fil-A.  Team photos were provided courtesy of Bryant Livingston Photography. Mulligan purchases entered participants into a drawing for a set of Callaway Razr X Irons.

Our Sponsors:

Vivint

SageCreek Partners

HybridLight

Beehive Insurance

Goal Zero

Property Solutions

Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Foundation

Cheaper Keepers

Nicholas Foods

Bonneville Asphalt

Uintah Basin Medical

MountainStar Health

Squire Accounting

Walmart

Dexter & Dexter

Aspen Press

Utah Community Credit Union

Taipan Trading

B7

DK Land and Cattle

Zions Bank

Berg Mortuary

Watts Automotive

NuSkin

Blendtec

Palmer Christiansen

Westland Construction

Hire Vue

Cole Financial

Avia Code

Taylor Drug

Capital Community Bank

Tax Hawk

Trail’s End

 

Author: Liz Merrell | Development Director, Utah National Parks Council

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