CHIP IN FOR EDUCATION
Labor Day, Monday, September 6, 2021
9:00am Shotgun Start - Team Scramble
Hunter's Green Golf and Country Club
18101 Longwater Run Drive
Tampa, FL 33647
The Hunter’s Green Community Association is teaming with the Hunter’s Green Golf and Country Club to host a unique fundraising event in support of the Hillsborough County Schools for which the Hunter’s Green Community is zoned. We invite you to join us for the Chip In for Education Golf Tournament. The event will be held on Labor Day, Monday, September 6, 2021 at the Hunter’s Green Golf and Country Club. The format of the event will be a team scramble with 9am shotgun start featuring on-course contests, raffles and prizes for teams and individuals as well as opportunities to interact with school administrators and staff. The tournament will be followed by Family-Friendly Festivities with a Silent and Live Auction and Luncheon.
The proceeds from this fundraiser will directly benefit the PTA organizations at Hunter’s Green Elementary School, Benito Middle School and Wharton High School by enabling them to fund high-needs projects and other school programs.
This “three for one” fundraising event is the easiest way for you to support all of our schools and contribute to the education of nearly 4,000 students. We are asking for your generosity and support in our efforts. You can support this event by:
Hunter’s Green Elementary School, Benito Middle School and Wharton High School are part of the Hillsborough County School District and have proudly served the New Tampa community for over 25 years. Each PTA proudly supports their school’s mission to help “students become productive contributors to society as lifelong learners and decision makers living in harmony with self and others.” It is the goal of PTA and School to provide students with the tools necessary to acquire the knowledge and skills to succeed and to build relationships with our community to improve the education of our students.
Thank you for your continued support of our community schools!
The Hunter’s Green Community Association Board of Directors