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A foursome may register for $275 and will have the opportunity to golf with a Timber Rattlers player or coach. Individuals may register for $75. Lunch is included with registration and will be served at the turn. Snacks will be available following golf from 2-4pm.
If you wish to participate in the 2011 Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Golf Outing, please contact Ryan Cunniff at (920) 733-4152 or email@example.com. Registration forms are available at timberrattlers.com and at Time Warner Cable Field. Registration deadline is Friday, June 3.
The event will take place at Eagle Creek Golf Course and start at 9am with a shotgun start.
Just because the 2011 season is a still a relatively long way from starting does not mean that the Timber Rattlers won’t be out working in the community.
The front office has many things going on over the next few weeks.
- Toys for Tots: Bring a new, unwrapped toy to Time Warner Cable Field between now and December 15 and receive 10% off your purchase in the Team Store (excluding new logo merchandise).
- Ringing bells for the Salvation Army: Fang and the Timber Rattlers front office staff will be ringing bells on Friday, November 19 at the Northland Avenue location of Festival Foods between 8am and 4pm.
- The Timber Rattlers have a float in the Little Chute Christmas Parade on November 29. Parade starts at 6:30pm.
- And a reminder, registration for Fang’s Reading Club closes this Friday.
The Timber Rattlers have had a pretty good relationship with The Miracle League of the Fox Valley. They completed their first season this past summer.
Follow this link to see a little slideshow of some of their highlights. Be on the lookout for Timber Rattlers personnel.
Then, maybe go over here to learn a little bit more about Miracle League of the Fox Valley.
It is that time of the year again.
Time to register your class for Fang’s Reading Club. Last year was a record breaking year for the reading club and we are aiming high again for this year.
What is Fang’s Reading Club? Well, the information at this link should explain things pretty well.
But, as a primer:
It is a reading incentive program for students K-5. Teachers get to get the goals for the students. There are prizes for students who reach the goals. Students who reach all of the goals get a free ticket to a 2011 Timber Rattlers game that has been selected by their teacher.
Go to it and have fun.
The Timber Rattlers Garden has closed up shop for the season.Check out the season ending post over at the blog.