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2021 Golf Outing - Paper Science and Chemical Engineering Foundation

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SentryWorld Golf Course

601 Michigan Ave N

Stevens Point, WI 54481

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PS&ChE Foundation Golf Outing Fundraiser; raising money for student scholarships.

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Each year the UWSP Paper Science and Chemical Engineering Foundation hosts a fun filled Golf Outing. This year's Golf Outing will be held at the recently redesigned SentryWorld Golf Course. The Scholarship and Awards Banquet is set for a later date, Wednesday, October 13th.

Join us for a day on the course and raise funds for student scholarships. ONLY 120 golfers will be allowed this year as SentryWorld prepares to host the US Senior Open Championship in June, 2023, so register early!

Registration - Golfer - $195 (Team - $780)

Sponsorships available -Eagle Hole Sponsor - $200

Birdie Hole Sponsor - $150

Par Hole Sponsor - $100


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SentryWorld Golf Course

601 Michigan Ave N

Stevens Point, WI 54481

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

Organizer Paper Science and Chemical Eng Foundation @ UWSP

Organizer of 2021 Golf Outing - Paper Science and Chemical Engineering Foundation

The University of Wisconsin Stevens Point Paper Science Foundation was organized in 1974 by the Paper Science Department Staff, along with industrial and business leaders. The purpose of the Foundation was to form a tax-exempt, non-profit organization to promote and receive philanthropic gifts to support the Paper Science Program at UWSP. The management of the Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors composed of up to twenty-two (22) voting members, each elected for a three-year term. The Board, along with the Foundation staff, also works to enhance the image and presence of the Paper Science Program to incoming applicants, alumni, friends, corporations and the general public. Private gifts and donations raised by the Foundation traditionally support scholarship, academic programs, facility research, pilot equipment, and other areas that are not, or cannot be supported from state appropriations.

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