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The 2023 DSEA Scholarship Golf Tournament will take place on June 23rd!
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Friday, June 23rd at Maple Dale Country Club - registration deadline is June 16th
10am - Bag Drop/Registration/Practice
11am - Shotgun Scramble
11:30 pm- Lunch
@5pm - Awards & Prizes.
Bundle Sponsorship (Sign on a hole, sign on carts and sign on the scoreboard)- $250
Sign on a hole sponsor - $150
Golf, Cart, Lunch & “Goodie” bag - $125
50/50 raffles and Mulligans will be available at registration
1st, 2nd, & 3rd place teams
Closest-to-Pin (male and female)
Longest Drive (male and female)
To Register, mail your completed form with a check to:
Tammy Wagner, Delaware State Ed Assoc.
136 E. Water Street, Dover, DE 19901
Questions?Contact Tammy Wagner 734-5834, 1-866-734-5834, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Maple Dale Country Club
This USGA championship-rated 18-hole course is as challenging and fun, as it is beautiful, having one recorded score below par in a 36-hole tournament. It is a mature course set amidst a wooded terrain, dotted with various ponds.
Christopher K. Smith Memorial Future Teacher Scholarships
DSEA has a great interest in encouraging outstanding students to enter the teaching profession. Each spring a committee of DSEA members examines applications and essays seeking to award one $4,000 scholarship.
This scholarship honors former DSEA leader Christopher K. Smith, an English/Language Arts teacher in the Colonial School District who passed away in 1989. He was a long-time advocate for educators; a member of the DSEA Executive Board and NEA Director for Delaware for two terms.
Howard Weinberg Scholarship
The Howard Weinberg Scholarship was established to honor Weinberg and assist the children of DSEA members in attending college. Recipients receive $1,000 per year for four years to help them pursue a degree of their choice.