Trashmasters II returns next week |

Trashmasters II returns next week

The Alpine Bank Trashmasters II for the Locals is Sept. 19 and 20 at the Snowmass Club. The event is almost sold out.

“We’re playing six-somes again this year, and the field will be limited to 18 teams with a 10 a.m. cannon blast start,” said tournament director Matt Tate.

The “Magic of Aloha” kickoff party is 6 to 9 p.m. Sept. 19 at the Black Saddle at the Snowmass Club.

“This year’s honorees are Bruce Faurer and Tony Royds, both being honored for their many years of outstanding volunteerism for the charity,” said Jeffrey Sivess, Trashmasters II chairman.

The $175 entry fee includes golf, the party with dinner and drinks and Trashmasters giveaways. The tournament supports the Trashmasters Scholarship Fund, which has helped 54 local kids graduate from college with 12 students currently in the four-year program.

For more information and registration, call 970-927-TRASH or visit

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