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Mt.Airy Forest Centennial Open Global Tournament 8-20,8-21

Only 4 days left to Register for the first ever Global Tournament located at Mt.Airy Forest DGC in the same year as the Parks 100 year Anniversary.  We have been working extremely hard to get everything ready for a fantastic tournament. Course is looking better than ever with new baskets, benches and mulch everywhere.  Thanks to all those individuals that have been sacrificing their time and efforts in order to get so much prepared for this event.  Registration and Tournament details can all be found here : Global Event page  or use this quick link to the PDGA Signup page.  We are always looking for help by means of sponsors, volunteers, and merchandise for CTP's and the Ring of Fire.  Thanks again for everyone's help and hope to see everyone this weekend. All questions or concerns, please contact the TD, Adam Jones at 513-255-7275 or by

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# andersab
Monday, August 15, 2011 7:36 PM
Mt. Airy's new baskets and sleeves marks a huge step in getting an old legend back to pristine shape. New benches are looking great across the course, along with fresh mulch.
With the 100th anniversary of Mt. Airy coming up, it could not have happened at a better time. These updates have been part of a long plan that could've only happened by one person's persistence, Adam Jones.
Adam has been Mt. Airy course pro for many years and has worked very hard to build relationships with the Park Department's staff. This relationship has allowed Adam to recommend solutions to the Park Department and execute them.
Recently, Adam has reached out deeper into the community, to the schools and neighborhood organizations. He has also been organizing volunteer days as club events. His dedication and hours have been extensive this year.
The Centennial Open coming up is a huge milestione in what's been a very long time coming for Adam. His hard work and determination will be on display for everyone. When you're out there enjoying the beautiful course that is provided remember who went to board meetings, park office, local community meetings, and behind the scene work. Thanks Adam

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