Crawford County Farm Bureau Inaugural Scholarship Golf Scramble

Crawford County Farm Bureau is hosting its inaugural Scholarship Golf Scramble on June 29 at the Golf Club of Bucyrus. Check-in will begin at 1 p.m. with the shotgun start at 2 p.m. Food and live music will follow at Old 30 BBQ.

All proceeds will support annual Crawford County Farm Bureau scholarships. Crawford County Farm Bureau supports the further education of Crawford County high school graduates whether in college or graduate school, apprenticeship program or trade school.

Team registration is $280 and includes 18 holes of golf with a cart, dinner and awards after play. Please grab your friends, family or coworkers for a team to help make this a successful event for our local students.

Sponsorships for hole signs, swag bags and teams are available. Please contact the county office to discuss items available and costs.

If you have any questions in regard to this event, direct them to Adam McGinnis 567-230-2665, the Crawford County Farm Bureau office 419-747-7488 or Eric Hanes 419-561-0940. Complete this form or contact the office at 419-747-7488 or [email protected] to register a team or become a sponsor.

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