Jun 6
Jun 6, 2018
11:00am - 4:00pm (ET)
Location
New Castle
Contact
Debbie Walker
2400 W. County Road 200 N
New Castle, IN 47362
walker25@gmail.com
Event Cost:
$10/person

Entry fee includes green fee, lunch and refreshments on the course.

Lunch served & Sign-In: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Shotgun Start: 1 p.m.

Awards immediately following at Pro Shop

Flordia Scramble
Long Drive - Men & Women
Closest to Pin - Men & Women
Shortest Drive - Men & Women

Entry Fee
$60/person
$240/foursome
$10/spectator
$5/mulligans (4 per team)

Jun 8
Jun 8, 2018
5:30pm (Central Time Zone)
Location
Contact
Danielle Zagone
(317) 677-4247
dzagone@indiana.gop

For just the second time in state history, the Indiana Republican State Convention will be in a city outside the state's capital! Join us on June 8-9 as Republicans from across Indiana convene for a weekend in Evansville to nominate our 2018 statewide ticket and to have some fun. Delegates will nominate our party's candidates for Secretary of State, Treasurer of State and Auditor of State, as well as approve the state party platform and get geared up for the 2018 elections!

Friday, June 8 
   • Credential pickup 
   • Party begins at 5:30 p.m. CT

   • Evening activities include live music and great food!

 

 

 

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