Project Graduation to host golf tournament
Proceeds benefit organization aiming to keep graduates safe
The Cassville High School Project Graduation program will host a golf tournament on May 10 from 8 a.m. to noon at the Cassville Golf Club, located at 20276 State Hwy. 112.
For the two-person scramble, there is a $90 entry fee that includes green fees, a golf cart rental and food.
Proceeds from the event benefit Project Graduation, which aims to keep graduates safe and out of trouble on graduation night.
Flights will be based on the number of entries, and prizes will be awarded to the top three teams. The first-place team will win $200, the second-place team will win $150, and the third-place team will get $100. There will also be prizes of $50 each to those who hit closest-to-the-pin on holes No. 8 and No. 17.
Each player will also receive a raffle ticket for the grand prize, a weekend at Big Cedar Lodge. Additional raffle tickets may be purchased.
Tournament organizers are also seeking hole sponsors, with a sponsor fee of $100 per hole.
Project Graduation, not associated with the district, is a group of parents and high school seniors aiming to give seniors a fun and safe graduation night, as well as make sure each senior receives a high school yearbook.
Checks or donations may be made out to Project Graduation and dropped off at Cassville Motor Inn, located at 85 Main St., or at Cassville High School, located at 1501 Main St.
For more information about the tournament or Project Graduation, people may call Erin Bryan at 417-671-1061.