Orchards Golf Course Hosts 2nd Annual DKBEP Golf Challenge, May 17

The Door Kewaunee Business Education Partnership (DKBEP) is pleased to announce its 2nd Annual DKBEP Golf Challenge to be held on Sunday, May 17 at The Orchards Golf Course, Egg Harbor.  The tournament registration and free use of the driving range will begin at 10:30 am with a shotgun start at noon.

The tournament is a 4-person scramble and includes golf, cart, beverages, gifts, snacks, dinner, hole contests and fabulous door prizes!  This charity event is sponsored by American Transmission Company and Dominion Power along with Donny’s Glidden Lodge Restaurant to cater the 19th Hole Dinner Social. Proceeds will benefit youth career awareness and workforce training initiatives for the Door Kewaunee Business & Education Partnership.  Last year, the event raised nearly $12,000 to support programs such as the High School Home Construction Program, High School Certified Nursing Assistant Program and the development of nine Local Manufacturing Career Videos to name a few.

Committee Chair Lynn Kroll says “The DKBEP Golf Challenge is a great way to have fun while supporting a worthy cause; the effort to develop programs which enhance the skills of students throughout our communities.”

Golfers are invited to take advantage of the Economic Stimulus Bailout Special at a rate of $75/golfer or $300/foursome for early registrations up to March 31st!  After that, the cost of the event is $100 per player (tax-deductible).  Interested players and foursomes of men, women and co-ed teams are invited to join their family, friends and playing partners for a fantastic day of fun, frolic and fundraising for a good cause.

To register, become a tournament sponsor or to learn more, visit www.doorcountybusiness.com/dkbep for entry form or call Tara LeClair at 920.743.3113 ext 205.

About Door Kewaunee Business & Education Partnership
The Door Kewaunee Business & Education Partnership (DKBEP) was created in 1999 to facilitate students acquiring the skills and behaviors necessary to succeed in the ever-changing, global workforce. The DKBEP builds strong, sustainable business and education partnerships which create programs that allow students to identify viable career pathways, support lifelong learning, meet local job market needs and become productive members of our community.

The DKBEP has, with the cooperation of local school districts and businesses, coordinated and run successful programs designed to expose youth to careers available in Door and Kewaunee County region.  These programs include, but are not limited to:  Door County High School Home Construction Program. CNA Program, Local Manufacturing Videos, 8th Grade Career Day, Tool Time, Careers on Wheels, Business Tours, Job Shadows, Guest Speakers in Schools, Youth Co-op Program and building career awareness within the community.

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