The legendary rivalry between Pulaski County and Radford Metropolis is shifting to the golf course. “The Battle of the Bridge” Golf Match hosted by the Pete Dye River Course of Virginia Tech can be performed on Saturday, October 24.
Groups will tee off at 1 p.m., with lunch served previous to tee time. Groups register to play for both facet of the bridge, Pulaski County Cougars or the Radford Bobcats.
Whether or not you take pleasure in golf or simply need to take part in pleasant competitors, the gorgeous Pete Dye River Course is the right place to spend a fall afternoon. The match helps the Entry to Group Faculty Training (ACCE) program at New River Group Faculty (NRCC). The facet with essentially the most factors will get bragging rights; however, either side win, as match proceeds will assist ACCE college students from each Radford and Pulaski County.
Registration is now open for groups of 4 at $320 per workforce. Gamers who shouldn’t have a full workforce can contact the golf course to be added to a workforce. For many who can’t attend the occasion, sponsorship alternatives are additionally accessible beginning at $150. To register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or name (540)633-1807. Extra particulars are additionally accessible at www.petedyerivercourse.com.
ACCE at NRCC is an financial improvement public/non-public partnership that makes faculty accessible debt-free to highschool and home-schooled graduates by funding NRCC tuition for 2 years. ACCE will assist the youth of taking part counties by making faculty inside attain. With the assist of ACCE, college students will graduate from NRCC ready to affix the workforce or switch to a four-year college with out faculty debt. For extra details about ACCE, go to www.nr.edu/acce.