Golf outing kicks off S. Putnam Quarterback Club activities

Thursday, June 14, 2012
South Putnam football will take on hunger relief this summer and fall. Eagle players (from left) Ryan Chestnut and Justin Bumgardner and coach Troy Burgess are reminding fans that the team will be accepting non-perishable food items at all events this summer and at all home games. These items will be donated to local food shelters.

The South Putnam Quarterback Club and the Eagle football team will be sponsoring a number of fundraising and community outreach events throughout the summer, kicking off with the June 24 Quarterback Club golf outing.

Registration for the scramble will run from 9-10:30 a.m. with an 11 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $200 per team and includes the cart.

Contests at the outing include a hole-in-one sponsored by York Automotive, longest putt sponsored by Dixie Chopper, longest drive sponsored by McCammon Insurance and closest to pin sponsored by HOP.

Teams will receive a gift bag full of goodies along with a free lunch.

Bring a canned food item and receive a free drink.

The Quarterback Club is accepting teams until June 15. Contact Jack Smith at (317) 445-3362

Other upcoming events include:

* July 10: Blood drive in the South Putnam High School commons, 2-7 pm

* July 16: Strongman contest behind the school at 6 p.m. South Putnam football players will compete against each other. Concessions will be available.

* July 22, 27, 28: The SP Quarterback Club will sell concessions at the ATV, Truck, and Tractor pulls at the Fair.

* Aug. 9: Football Kick Off Pitch In Dinner at the high school, 6:30 p.m. All football players K-12, cheerleaders, family members and SPHS football fans are invited to celebrate the beginning of the 2012 football season.

* Aug. 10: Scrimmage at South Putnam vs. Indianapolis Lutheran.

The team is also inviting fans to bring non-perishable food items to all summer events and all home games. These items will be donated to local food shelters.

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