New D50 Tradition Unites Community and Raises Money
It was a perfect day for a round of golf and some good-natured jabs between graduates from Westminster and Ranum High Schools at the second annual Alumni Golf Tournament.
Unlike last year, the sun was shining as past graduates showed up in their Westy Warriors and Ranum Raiders gear to play at The Greg Mastriona Golf Course at Hyland Hills.
All 144 slots were filled weeks before the event and even more came to the patio party after the tournament. Some attendees even came from out-of-state to reconnect with old friends and rivals including Arizona, Florida, Minnesota, and North Carolina.
“The great thing about this is we fought hard and played hard and we are still friends so many years later. That’s what this is all about,” said Co-Chair and Ranum graduate Bobby Landgraf Jr.
Money raised from the event will benefit the Hyland Hills Foundation and the District 50 Education Foundation, two groups that are focused on helping the children of Westminster and District 50.
Didn’t get to attend? Don’t worry. Planning is already underway for next year.
“It’s only going to get better in the future. It’s a tradition now,” said Landgraf.
Take a look at photos from the event above.
Posted October 2, 2014