Crowell Scholarship Golf Tournament announced
Event to support the education of youth in Newton County
COVINGTON ‘FUZZ RUN’
Race is September 8
The Covington Police 24th Annual “Fuzz Run” begins at
The 2007 B.C. Crowell Scholarship Golf Tournament begins at 10 a.m. on September 21 at the Oaks Golf Course.
Golfers from Newton County and surrounding areas are invited to participate in the tournament.
Three scholarships of $1,000 each will be awarded to a student from each of the local high schools — Alcovy, Eastside and Newton. The scholarship fund has a local board and is administered by The Com- munity Foundation.
The event is accepting sponsorships, which will not only provide companies with an economical vehicle for advertising but also support the on-going commitment to the education of youth in Newton County.
For a contribution of $100 that is tax deductible, the Newton Recreation Commission will make a sign with the company’s name or individual’s name. The sign will be placed on a green at the Oaks Golf Course. To sponsor a team of two, the fee is $150.
The registration cost is $150 per team (two-man scramble). It includes a cart, greens fee, lunch and prizes.
For additional ways to help sponsor this special event, call Newton Recreation Commission Director Tommy Hailey at (770) 786-4373 ext. 11.
8 a.m. on September 8 at the Covington Police Department.
The race includes two events, starting with the “Fun Run” at 8 a.m. followed by the 5-K at 8:30 a.m. In fact, it has been voted the best 5-K in Georgia for the past four years.
Proceeds will benefit the “Police Who Care” fund.
The course includes runs through scenic downtown Covington, and is well marked, supervised and certified.
Pre-registration, which costs $13, must be postmarked by September 1. Race day registration is $16. There is also a family pack, which includes four for $45 (pre-registration and families only).
To register online, visit the Web site at www.active.com or www.covingtonpolice.com.
For more information, call (770) 385-2145.