Northwest Drywall Company
It is time again to for our annual golf tournament. Last year’s tournament, sponsored by Market on Main, was a great success. With the help of our sponsors we raised enough money to award five (5) $1,000.00 college scholarships. Our goal is to match that same level and award college educational scholarships totaling $5,000.00 again this year!
This will be our 24th Annual Kenneth N. Houston Memorial Golf Tournament. This tournament is our only educational scholarship fundraiser. The proceeds of this tournament are used to provide educational scholarships, which our chapter awards to young people living in our
area and studying construction related curriculum.
In addition to golfing, please take the time to consider how your company can financially help by choosing one of the sponsorship options listed below.
We are having the tournament at the LHCC Catawba Springs course again, but we’ve moved up the date to September 10th so we can expect warmer weather than the past several years!!! As usual, we’ll have free beverages before and during the tournament. Free dinner will also be available as golfers complete their round. Please RSVP for dinner and write "NO GOLF" in handicap blank if you will be attending dinner but will be unable to golf (a member or their guest may attend dinner only at no cost).
GOLF TOURNAMENT FEES:
Golf Fees (Per 4-Man Team)
Golf Fees (Per Individual Golfer)
Mulligan Packages (Optional)
Limited to 1 Package per Player
($20.00 per Golfer)
Standard Hole Sponsorship (Optional)
Exclusive Hole Sponsorship (Optional)
PCEA Patron Sponsorship (Optional)
For a printable version of the registration form
CLICK HERE. **
For additional information on sponsorship opportunities, CLICK HERE **, or contact Mike McGhinnis via cell (828-238-3731) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
PCEA - Catawba Valley Chapter
Contributions, gifts or payments to the Professional Construction Estimators Association are not tax deductible as charitable contributions.
However, they may be tax deductible as ordinary and necessary business expense.