Hit golf balls in support of school

2015-11-06 13:44
<Jatin Bhoola (Dajees), Mark Williams (principal Uitenhage High School), Paul and Ronel van Jaarsveld (Dajees), Dr Marlin Williams (sponsor) and Norman Roman (organiser).            Photo: HEILIE COMBRINCK

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Uitenhage High School in association with Dajees Hardware Store, will hold its annual golf day on Saturday at the Uitenhage Golf Club.

According to the organiser, Norman Roman, this event will enjoy the support of local participants as well as contestants from other towns and cities.

“As with previous years. The school would like to express its sincere gratitude to all stakeholders in Uitenhage High School, who have supported the institution over the years,” said Mark Williams, principal of Uitenhage High School.

A variety of prizes will be up for grabs at the event with the promise of a trophy and bragging rights for the winning contestant.

All varieties of organisations like companies, churches or clubs can enter the competition at only R800 per four ball (group of four players) and individuals enter at R150. A prize-giving will follow the completion of play and a raffle will be drawn at the time as well.

“Funds generated from the golf day will be utilized to further the development of learners at the school. Thereby ensuring that the institution continues to produce holistically developed members of society.

“Uitenhage High Welcomes all golfers and promises to make the event an enjoyable occasion for all who choose to participate,” said Williams.

)For more information, advertising and sponsorship opportunities and charitable input, contact the principal Mark Williams on 041 992 5020/083 227 9712; Norman Roman 084 460 1319; or Dr Marlin Williams 082 825 3028.

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