11th Annual PUSD Foundation Golf Tournament at Maderas Golf Club, May 11, 2018

The beautiful Maderas Golf Club was the site of the 11th Annual PUSD Foundation Partners in Education Golf Tournament. Education, business, and community leaders attended this special event which included breakfast on the golf course, hole contests, an air cannon, and an awards and auction lunch. Scroll down to view more photos. If you are viewing on a mobile phone, make sure to turn it horizontally for the best viewing.

Golfers received a warm welcome
Registration with Patti Hurt and Kelly Hamm
Thank you to our sponsors!
Silent auction items
Tee prizes, sponsored by Arey Jones
Putting contest, sponsored by Peachjar
Driving Range, sponsored by Barnhart-Reese
Golfers in their carts, ready for the shotgun start!
All smiles, despite an early start! Breakfast was donated by Elements Cafe.
With a welcome from Executive Director Kathleen Porter, they were off!
The tournament was a scramble, with the top teams receiving an invitation to play in the Randy Jones Invitational.
Contest Winners: Putting, Closest to Pin, Tournament Runner-Ups and Champions, prizes sponsored by Bob Gravina
The program included remarks from Superintendent Dr. Phelps and Westview High student Jamie Geng. Christine Paik emceed and Dolores Canizales handed out the prizes.

Proceeds raised at the Golf Classic enable Poway Unified School District Foundation to continue supporting District-wide programs. Our three priorities are our STEAM initiatives, College and Career Readiness for all students, and rigor, relevance and relationships in every classroom. To that end, examples of the programs and opportunities the Foundation provides include: BizTown, acadaemic competitions such as FIRST Robotics, Lego League, Science Olympiad, Cyber Patriot, and DECA, College and Career Days, Business Tours and Internships. Thank you to our sponsors, golfers, and volunteers for another successful event!

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