Time to Tee-Off with the 2013 IAPD Charity Golf Tournaments

Calling all golfers! IAPD is pleased to announce the upcoming events:

The 2013 23rd Annual Greg Berry Atlanta Plastics Charity Golf Tournament will be at Château Élan outside Atlanta, GA, USA on Monday, May 20, with a welcome reception on Sunday, May 19. Golf fees include breakfast and lunch. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Greg Berry Scholarship Fund. Click here for more information about the 2013 23rd Annual Greg Berry Atlanta Plastics Charity Golf Tournament.

The 2013 IAPD Midwest Memorial Charitable Golf Tournament will take place June 18 at the Broadmoor Country Club in Indianapolis, IN, USA. The annual tournament honors the memories of two dear friends: John Meyer, Meyer Plastics, Inc., and Paul Lewis, Auburn Plastics & Rubber, Inc. There will be a welcome reception at Ike & Jonesey’s on Monday, June 17, 7:00-10:00 p.m. Golf fees include breakfast, cocktail hour, a cookout and prizes. The shotgun start tees off at 9:00 a.m. (EDT), June 18. Get all the details here: 2013 IAPD Midwest Memorial Charitable Golf Tournament or follow this link to register now.

The second annual 2013 IAPD Canadian Golf Tournament will be located at Smugglers Glen at The Glen House Resort in Iile-Perrot, QC on Thursday, July 18, 2013. This event will also support the IAPD Charitable Foundation. Golf fees include a box lunch, cocktail hour, dinner and prizes. The shotgun start tees off at 1:00 p.m. (EDT) but get there early! Registration opens at 11:00 a.m. and there will be a putting contest until 12:30 p.m. Get all the registration and sponsorship details here: 2013 IAPD Canadian Golf Tournament or follow this link to register now.

Both the2013 IAPD Midwest Memorial Charitable Golf Tournament and the 2013 IAPD Canadian Golf Tournament benefit the IAPD Charitable Foundation, which funds the annual IAPD Scholarship Program, awarding undergraduate and graduate scholarships to members, members’ children and non-member students enrolled in a polymer sciences program.

 

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