Golf scramble to raise funds for Camp Wildcats and special education

I’ve never really understood the appeal of using a long metal stick, with a larger metal piece on the end, to smack a little white ball across acres of manicured grass in order to eventually knock that ball into a little cup in the ground.

It may be because the few times that I tried golf, I either only managed to move the ball a few feet off the tee or I just completely missed it. I imagine that with some practice, I might have done better, but I just didn’t have the drive — pun intended. Now, invite me out for a game of putt-putt, and I’ll be right there. Something about the challenge of trying to drop the ball into the cup while avoiding little windmills and other obstacles draws me in.

Makaylee Meagher caught her second bluegill during a Camp Wildcats fishing trip to Oak Openings in 2021.

For anyone who does enjoy a round of golf, especially if it happens to be a fundraiser, then Woodmore Local Schools invites you to participate in the second annual Camp Wildcats Golf Scramble.

Camp Wildcats is a weeklong day camp offered to students in Pre-kindergarten through eighth grade in the Woodmore School District who qualify for special education services. The camp combines fun and learning along with recreational and educational activities for the students.

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