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CerMA Announces Dates for Golf Classic

June 21, 2002
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The Ceramic Manufacturers Association (CerMA) will hold the 2002 CerMA Golf Classic on August 6 at EagleSticks in Zanesville, Ohio. Prizes are planned for every hole and will be awarded for skill or the lack thereof. To guarantee a tee, sign up early and sign up together. A shotgun start and scramble format make it possible for as many as 100 golfers to begin and end at roughly the same time. Play begins at 1:00 p.m. An EagleSticks buffet will be served at approximately 6:30 p.m., and awards will be announced and prizes given after dinner. A full-day package for CerMA members is $110 ($160 for non-members) and includes golf, with cart, and dinner at EagleSticks. For those who wish to attend the dinner only, tickets are $30 for members and $50 for non-members. Deadline for registration is July 23. To take advantage of the member discounts, provide your CerMA member ID number at registration.

For more information about CerMA and its events, call (740) 452-4541, fax (740) 452-2552, e-mail cerma.info@offinger.com or visit http://www.cerma.org.

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