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Mark Eliason 3-Club Scramble Golf Tournament

June 22, 2021

$200 – $800

Junior Achievement of Alaska

Join Junior Achievement of Alaska for the Mark Eliason 3-Club Scramble Golf Tournament on Tuesday, June 22, 2021.

This unique tournament will test any golfers’ skills at the Moose Run Creek Course in Anchorage. Local businesses are sponsoring giveaways including a chance to win a luxury vehicle sponsored by Kendall Lexus of Alaska, tablets, and the top team will take home $1,000 cash!

Enter your team at alaska.ja.org. Fees are $200 per golfer, or $800 for a team of 4.

All proceeds will benefit Junior Achievement of Alaska’s programs for all of Alaska’s students that teach financial literacy, workforce readiness, and entrepreneurship.

More information is available on Junior Achievement of Alaska’s Facebook page or call 907-344-0101 for more information.

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