Veterinary Students Host Golf Tournament to Raise Funds

Colorado State University veterinary students are hosting a golf tournament to raise money for the Larimer County Human Society and to pay for class expenses such as graduation festivities for the class of 2006.

The Colorado Animal Scramble, a four-person scramble, will begin with an 8 a.m. shotgun start at the Highland Meadows Golf Course in Windsor on Saturday, Aug. 1. Prizes will be given, including hole-in-one prizes of a new Harley Davidson motorcycle or a Ford F-150. The winning team takes away $800, and prizes will be given for the longest drive.  

Registration for the tournament is $115 per individual or $400 for a four-person team.

The 18-hole tournament includes use of a new cart with a GPS system, range balls, a 15 minute clinic with a golf pro, breakfast and a barbecue lunch. Raffle tickets are available now for a raffle that will be held at the award ceremony during lunch.  Raffle ticket prizes include two round-trip Frontier Airline tickets, tickets to Denver Performing Arts Complex events, a Colorado diamond pennant, a pair of diamond stud earrings, an aerial tour of Colorado and lunch for two, and a Coopersmith’s gift.

E-mail Craig Hill at craig.hill@colostate.edu or call (970)493-5569 for more information, to register or for raffle tickets. Raffle tickets also are available through from any professional veterinary medicine student in the 2006 class at Colorado State University during July.

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