The St. Charles Community College Foundation raised more than $36,500 at its 16th annual Presidents Classic Golf Scramble on Monday, Sept. 24, at the Lake Forest Country Club in Lake St. Louis, Mo. Proceeds from the event will be used to fund scholarships and academic enhancements.
“The generous support from these community members helps to keep a quality higher education accessible for students in our region,” said Betsy Schneider, development and foundation relations manager.
Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital/Progress West HealthCare Center was the “Eagle” sponsor. The “Birdie” sponsor was SSM St. Joseph Health Center and Hospital West. Additional sponsors included Acropolis Investment Management LLC, Ameren Missouri, Charter Business, Commerce Bank, FastLane Convenience Stores, General Motors, Heffernan Insurance Brokers, NHC HealthCare and Rehabilitation, RX Systems Inc., THF Realty, Utilimap Corp. and UPS.
Scott Liebel, supervising engineer at Ameren Missouri, was the chair of the planning committee for this year’s golf scramble.
For information on the golf scramble or to learn more about the SCC Foundation, contact Schneider at 636-922-8473, or email@example.com.
The St. Charles Community College Foundation, a not-for-profit organization, raises funds to support student scholarships and educational programs for the college. For more information on the SCC Foundation and its vision to transform lives and strengthen communities, visit www.stchas.edu/foundation.
St. Charles Community College is a public, comprehensive two-year community college with associate degrees and certificate programs in the arts, business, sciences and career-technical fields. SCC provides workforce training and community-based personal and professional development as well as cultural, recreational and entertainment opportunities. For more information, visit www.stchas.edu.
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