On May 11, 2016

Annual John Valente Memorial Golf Tournament to take place May 13

RUTLAND — Mount St. Joseph Academy’s annual spring golf tournament at the Proctor-Pittsford Country Club will take place on Friday, May 13. This popular event is now held in memory of John Valente (MSJ ‘64), who was the longtime organizer of the tournament. All proceeds from the day help make an MSJ education more affordable for today’s students.

The format will be a scramble (captain and crew) with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. The entry fee is $45 per person, which includes two carts per team together with refreshments after the tournament. Teams may be four or five people. If you have a four person team someone may be placed on your team to make it five. The maximum number of teams that will be allowed is 24. Last year filled up quickly, and teams had to be turned away!

For more information or an entry form, please contact the MSJ Development Office at 775-0151.

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