Athletics Golf Tournamnet

June 22nd, 2009 by Adam

Dear Plymouth State Alumni and Friends,

Please join us for the 7th Annual Plymouth State University Athletics Golf Tournament on Monday June 22nd 2009 at Owl’s Nest Golf Club in Campton, New
Hampshire. This is sure to be a wonderful day to renew friendships, enjoy a beautiful
course and support our over 500 student-athletes in 19 varsity sports.

Owl’s Nest Golf Club, rated as one of “America’s Best Public Access Courses”, is a
“must play”. Each year, Owl’s Nest Golf Club is recognized as one of the Top 5 courses
in New Hampshire We would like to invite you to become involved as either a
participant, and/or a sponsor. Please see the enclosed “Sponsorship Packages” sheet for
details of the many opportunities to support the Plymouth State University Alumni Golf

To confirm your sponsorship and/or participation in this year’s outing please contact me at (603) 535-2805 or
e-mail at we hope to see you there!


John Scheinman

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