OHHS athletics to host fund-raising golf tournament

The Oak Harbor High School athletic department will host its first fund-raising golf tournament Saturday, June 8, at the Whidbey Golf Club.

All proceeds from the tournament will benefit Oak Harbor High School athletics.

Businesses can support Wildcat athletics and promote their products by taking advantage of numerous sponsorship options, ranging from a tournament sponsor for $2,500 to a green sponsor for $300.

The shotgun scramble tournament, sponsored by SaviBank, starts at 1 p.m. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m.

The registration fee for a foursome is $440.

The fee includes lunch, dinner, green fees, range balls and a golf cart for four people.

To register a team or submit a sponsorship package, go to www.ohsd.net/ohhs and click on the link under headlines.

For more information, contact Oak Harbor High School Athletic Director Jerrod Fleury at jfleury@ohsd.net or 360-279-5851.

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