Whatcom Community College athletics invites you to inaugural golf tournament fundraiser
Whatcom Community College will host its first-ever golf tournament fundraiser on Monday, May 4, 2020 at the Sudden Valley Golf and Country Club. All proceeds raised at the Orca Golf Classic will support WCC student-athletes and the College’s seven athletic programs.
“If it wasn’t for the soccer program, I would have not attended Whatcom Community College or college in general,” said Musab Bwana, a member of the men’s soccer team. “Whatcom has given me an opportunity to further my education and follow my dream.”
The event includes a golf tournament, dinner, silent and live auctions, dessert dash, awards ceremony, and a keynote speaker. Entry fee is $600 per team of four players or $150 per individual. “Hole Sponsorships” are available for $250 and include entry to the full dinner program. Tickets for the dinner and auction only are $40. If companies or individuals would like to donate items for the silent or live auctions, or if there are any questions regarding the event, please contact Danny Day, director for athletics and recreation, at email@example.com or 360.383.3112.
Tickets to the Orca Golf Classic can be purchased at www.whatcom.edu/golfclassic.
WCC has a long history of successful athletic programs, and athletes are known for performing on the field / court and in the classroom. Nineteen student-athletes achieved a perfect 4.0 GPA (grade point average) in fall quarter, while 54 student-athletes earned at least a 3.0 GPA. The Orcas recently added men’s and women’s cross country teams, bringing WCC’s total athletic offerings to seven teams, including men’s and women’s basketball; men’s and women’s soccer; and women’s volleyball.
“We look forward to creating long-lasting connections with the Whatcom County community while raising funds that will directly impact and support all of our athletic programs offered at WCC,” said Day. “Raising funds for our student athletes is essential as they become the next generation of leaders in Whatcom County.”
About Whatcom: Whatcom Community College in Bellingham is regularly recognized as one of the top 150 community colleges in the nation by the Aspen Institute. The College, a destination for cybersecurity, healthcare and business studies, offers a bachelor of applied science degree, transfer degrees, career preparation, online courses, and community education classes. WCC’s accomplished faculty and staff serve 11,000 students annually. For more information, visit whatcom.edu.