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Next Scholarship Foundation Golf Tournament scheduled for Aug. 3, 2020

Four men smiling for picture in golf polos

The 18th annual Herkimer Region College and Career Scholarship Foundation Golf Tournament takes place on Aug. 3, 2020, at the Cedar Lake Club in Clayville. At the 17th annual tournament on Aug. 5, 2019, Team Dangle won the Men’s Division and the Overall championship. From left, members of Team Dangle after being announced as the winners: Tom Marriott, Terry Dangle, Ryan Stelick and Brett Dangle.


The 18th annual Herkimer Region College & Career Scholarship Foundation Golf Tournament will raise money to provide scholarships to students attending college following a vocational education in high school.

This year’s golf tournament is scheduled for Monday, Aug. 3, 2020, at the Cedar Lake Club in Clayville. Registration is at 9 a.m., and there will be a shotgun start at 10 a.m.

To download the golf tournament brochure/application, click here. To view the general Scholarship Foundation brochure, click here.

For questions or to request the information in a different format, contact Herkimer BOCES District Clerk Shawn Maxson at 315-867-2023 or smaxson@herkimer-boces.org.

To date, the Herkimer Region College & Career Scholarship Foundation has provided more than 315 scholarships – totaling $177,000. Last year’s golf tournament raised $9,300.

Interested sponsors for this fundraiser, which will benefit students in the Herkimer BOCES region, are asked to contact Herkimer BOCES District Clerk Shawn Maxson at 315-867-2023 or smaxson@herkimer-boces.org.

The Herkimer Region College & Career Scholarship Foundation is a not-for-profit community scholarship foundation. A group of local citizens from many professions works voluntarily to generate scholarship funds for graduates of technical programs in the region.

These technical programs may be those in place at Herkimer BOCES or the technical programs of the 10 component school districts. The component school districts are: Central Valley, Dolgeville, Frankfort-Schuyler, Herkimer, Little Falls, Mount Markham, Owen D. Young, Poland, Richfield Springs and West Canada Valley.