CANCELLED Myrtle Beach Golf Weekend

January 24th, 2006 by Adam

Escape the snow and cold of New England for a warm and relaxing weekend with other Plymouth State alumni in warm and
beautiful Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Experience the fun and challenge of two outstanding golf courses in the area. Dust
off your golf clubs and make your reservation early to secure a spot in the Alumni Golf Weekend sponsored by the
Plymouth State University Alumni Association. The festivities begin Friday night with dinner. After breakfast Saturday, head to True Blue for golf (click here for True Blue info). On Sunday morning after breakfast play golf at the Litchfield
Country Club. Deadline for reservations is Jan. 13, 2006. Prices do not include airfare.
This event is sponsored by the PSUAA.

Cost(s) $330 per person double occupancy, $400 per person single occupancy

For a registration form click here.

RSVPs are necessary. We must hear from you by 1/13/2006. Feel free to make a reservation over the phone or via fax or postal mail.

As always, the Office of Alumni Relations welcomes your comments, answers your questions and takes reservations
for events. 800/772-2620 or 603/535-2589

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