Screaming Eagle Golf Tournament slated for May 30
The Eagle Chamber of Commerce will host the 18th annual Screaming Eagle Golf Tournament on Friday May 30 at the Eagle Ranch Golf Club.
Net proceeds from the event benefit the Eagle Chamber’s high school scholarship fund.
The tournament kicks off with a shotgun scramble format start at 11 a.m. The event is open to amateur players and is limited to 32 teams and last year’s event was a complete sellout. The Screaming Eagle also includes a putting contest, a Hole-in-One prize, and a host of other rewards for great play.
Following golf, the festivities continue with an après party and awards ceremony at the Eagle Ranch Golf Course Clubhouse. All golf participants, participant spouses and Eagle Chamber members are invited to attend the après party. The after party will include music from a local band, live and silent auctions, and complimentary Screaming Eagle Sliders from Moe’s Original Bar-B-Q and Bonfire Brewing’s Screaming Eagle Special Ale.
“Wells Fargo is pleased to have the opportunity to participate in this community and educational oriented event,” said Garrison Campbell of Wells Fargo Wealth Management Group, and title sponsor of the event. Executive Members of the Eagle Chamber are co-sponsors of the event and include Eagle Ranch Village, RED Development, CenturyLink, Haymeadow and the town of Eagle.
For more information on the Screaming Eagle Golf Tournament or the Eagle Chamber Scholarship Fund visit http://www.eaglechamber.co or contact the Eagle Chamber Office at 970-306-2262.
Eagle County will host a Colorado Division of Housing meeting on Friday for mobile-home owners renting space in mobile home parks, park managers and owners, local government officials and any other parties interested in how best to implement the state’s new Mobile Home Park Act.