Last Chance To Sign Up For The 39th Annual Gene Flander Golf Outing

(BLOOMINGTON) – Harmony School invites the community to our 39th Annual Harmony School Golf Outing on Sunday, May 5th, 2019 at Eagle Pointe Golf Course located at 2250 E Pointe Rd, Bloomington IN 47401.


Breakfast will begin at 7:30 a.m., followed by the shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. In the event of bad weather, an alternative rain date is scheduled for May 19th.
This event is perfect for business teams, families, and people of all ages! All proceeds from the event support the Miles Kanne Scholarship Fund for Harmony students which distributed over $25,000 in scholarships to students in 2018 and since 1980 has provided over $625,000 in scholarships.
The event will feature a raffle with over $5,000 worth of prizes, refreshments will be offered throughout the events, and a luncheon sponsored by Bloomingfoods Market & Deli.
Thank you to our Eagle sponsor: Greene & Schultz Trial Lawyers and to our Birdie sponsors: Ray Wealth Management, Heritage Trail Café, Miles Kanne, and Toshiba Business Solutions for their wonderful support.
Visit www.harmonyschool.org/golf for a complete list of event sponsors.
It’s not too late to sign up a team – teams should be registered no later than May 1 and can sign up at www.harmonyschool.org/events/golf- outing/registration space is limited and available on a first come, first served basis.
Team fees are $600 per foursome ($150/person) which covers green fees, carts, breakfast, refreshments, lunch and one prize entry per player.
For more information please contact golf@harmonyschool.org or call 812-334-8349 or visit www.harmonyschool.org/golf.
About Harmony School:
Founded in 1974, Harmony School’s mission is to prepare young people to live in and contribute to a heterogeneous democratic country. We do this by sensitizing young people to the delicate balance needed in a democracy between individual growth and community responsibility. We are dedicated to the development of the whole student: we teach critical thinking and academic skills, nurture each student’s unique voice, all while promoting physical, social, emotional, and creative growth.

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