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Locals’ Trashmasters tourney on Sept. 18 and 19 in Snowmass

The wild, wacky Trashmasters II for the Locals is slated for Sept. 18 and 19 at The Snowmass Club.

“The past few years this has been a complete sellout with 144 players from all over the valley; it’s actually bigger than the main event in July,” said Chairman Jeffrey Sivess.

With an entry fee of $175 (rather than $1,000 for the big fundraiser) it’s a sweet deal: 18 holes of golf at Snowmass Club, the kickoff party with dinner and drinks and great SWAG.

The tournaments benefit the Trashmasters Scholarship Fund, which sends high school graduates from the valley to college. Fifty-six kids have graduated, while 10 scholars are currently in the four-year program. Over $1.5 million has been awarded over the years.

“Indeed, this is the No. 1 homegrown charity in the valley,” said board member Shawn Thomson-Palermo. “We’re making a difference in the lives of so many kids from the area.”

For more information visit http://www.trashmasters.com or call 970-925-0800. Or contact publicist Phil McKeague at 970-379-8879.

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