SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – The Chamber’s 2018 Hackers Golf Tournament is in the works, and we’ve got big plans for a fantastic afternoon of golf, comradery, great food and drink, and prizes. All ability levels welcome!
For those who have never played golf before or just aren’t any good, we’re offering a half-hour beginners class prior to the tournament with Crown Point’s PGA Pro Richard Vacca from 11:30 a.m. to noon.
Have fun, brush up on your skills, and maybe learn a thing or two!
Assemble your team, sign-up today, and join us for a fun day on the fairway! Deadline for team sign-ups is June 28.
Deadline for sponsorship forms is also June 28. Sponsoring the tournament is a great way to gain exposure and recognition for your business, as well as support the Chamber. We’re still currently accepting sponsors for this year’s event, and we’re so grateful to the folks who help to make this long-standing tradition possible. If you’re interested, feel free to contact us with any questions. We’d love to have you involved!
Not interested in playing golf, but still looking for an excuse to spend a gorgeous day outside? We’re always looking for volunteers to help run the event. Join us at the club! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about volunteer opportunities.
Thanks again to last year’s Hackers Tournament sponsors:
Hole sponsors: All Service, Bibens Home Center, Casella, Claremont Savings Bank, Cota & Cota, Inc., Dubois & King, Inc., Dufresne Group, Graham & Graham, P.C. CPAs, Gurney Brothers Construction, HB Energy Solutions, Inc., HCRS, IPG Employee Benefit Specialists, Lamb & McNaughton, P.C., Lawrence & Wheeler, Inc., Mascoma Savings Bank, One Credit Union, Parker & Ankuda, P.C, River Valley Credit Union, and Springfield Housing Authority.
Sponsor at the turn: H&R Block
$5,000 putting contest sponsor: Richard & Carolyn Lane
Win a car hole-in-one challenge: Kelley Sales & Service