3rd Annual Forrest Center Golf Tournament seeking sponsors

Mechanicsville, MD - The Dr. James A. Forrest Career & Technology Center is seeking sponsors and golfers for its 3rd Annual Golf Tournament on Saturday, May 7, 2016 at the Wicomico Shores Golf Course in Mechanicsville. The goal of the golf tournament is to help defray costs of student participation in SkillsUSA regional, state and national competitions.

The SkillsUSA Championships is the showcase for the best career and technical students in the nation. Your contributions to the Forrest Center’s Golf Tournament will help ensure deserving St. Mary’s County High School students are eligible to compete.

The school is seeking tournament sponsors at Red, Bronze, Silver and Gold levels. All sponsors will receive pre and post-event publicity, have their names prominently displayed at the golf tournament and receive “Level” benefits.

Gold sponsorship is a $1,500 donation and includes a tournament foursome, 8 mulligans and hole sponsorship/signage. Silver sponsorship is a $1,000 donation and includes a tournament twosome, 4 mulligans and hole sponsorship/signage. Bronze sponsorship is a $500 donation and includes hole sponsorship/signage. Red sponsorship is a $250 donation and includes signage.

The Forrest Center’s SkillsUSA chapter is among the most successful in the state and annually must fundraise over $25,000 to cover the cost of leadership training, chapter activities and regional, state & national competitions.

Registration for each golfer is $75, which covers green fees, cart, on-course refreshments and lunch. A donation to SkillsUSA is also included in the fee. Space for the tournament is limited and reservations will be taken on a first come, first served basis.

To reserve a spot (foursome or individual), you need to e-mail your name and telephone number to Mike Towne at or Bonnie Skinner at If you’d like information about becoming a tournament sponsor, call Mr. Towne at 301-475-0242, x28222 or Mrs. Skinner at 301-475-0242, x28201.

Please note: This event may be photographed, recorded and presented on SMCPS Channel 96, the school system’s educational cable channel, and the internet.

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