Humboldt Golf Skills Challenge
- Published: Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Eureka— EHS EAST Lab in collaboration with EAST program at Grant School is hosting the Humboldt Golf Skills Challenge at the Eureka Municipal Golf Course on April 28 at 4:00 pm.
This is Humboldt County’s chance to test their golf skills. All profits go to the Eureka City Schools EAST Program
The competition will include a long-drive, closest to the pin, and a putting contest, in three age groups, for both men and women. Sign ups begin at 3:00 p.m., with the competition beginning at 4:00 p.m. The cost to enter is $25 for all three events. The event will conclude at 5:30. Trophies will be presented to the best efforts in each category.
The proceeds of the event will be used to support the EAST Program at Eureka High School and Grant Elementary School. The EAST program challenges students to craft creative solutions to community problems. Over the years, the EAST Program has been recognized for excellence on a national stage.
Most recently the EHS EAST Lab presented at the national Service Learning Conference in Albuquerque New Mexico. Upcoming projects created by EAST at Eureka High School include, Youth Relay for Life, The Ride For Life, and the Kinetic Sculpture Project. Funds generated through this event will assist students efforts to serve their community. To find out more about the Eureka High School EAST Lab visit www.ecseast.org/ehseast.
This is the first collaborative project between Grant and Eureka High. Grant received an Enhancing Education through Technology grant which has allowed the creation of a EAST program. Proceeds earned by Grant will contribute to the schools effort to purchase an electronic marquee.
For more information contact the EHS EAST Lab at 476-1632, Course Pro Bruce Perisho at the Eureka Muni Golf Course at 443-4808 or Bill Cannady at Grant Elementary