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New Year’s Eve Midnight Hike

The City of Henderson offers a midnight hike on the McCullough Hills Trail on New Year’s Eve.

The hike leads to an amazing viewpoint where almost the entire valley can be seen. From there you can take in the night’s fireworks and festivities all while discovering a great way to get and stay in shape.

Bring plenty of water; wear weather appropriate clothing and sturdy shoes. No pets permitted. Youth ages 5-17 must be accompanied by a parent/ guardian.

For more information, and to register, visit Henderson Happenings using activity code 154186-58.

 

Photo courtesy Gilles Tarabiscuité  | Pixabay

 

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NPFMA 19th Annual Charity & Scholarship Golf Tournament

Nevada Professional Facility Managers Association 19th Annual Charity & Scholarship Golf Tournament

Friday May 8, 2015
Revere Golf Club

Benefitting:

  • NCCF/Camp Cartwheel
  • Spirit Therapies
  • Purple W.I.N.G.S.
  • Rosie’s Wish
  • That Others May Live
  • Valley View Community Cares

Click here for more information on the charities

6:00 AM Check-in
6:30 AM Free Range Balls
Sponsored Breakfast with Sandwich & Coffee
7:30 AM Shotgun Start, 4 Person Scramble
Banquet to follow immediately after play at the Revere Club House

Foursome Sponsorships*: 

Platinum – $2000
Green fees for 4 players, 2 tee signs with company name (1 set on each course) and reserved seating at the luncheon.  Pre-Event foursome on the date of choice at Revere Golf Club.  Logo advertisement in banquet Power Point presentation included.

Gold – $1,400
Green fees for 4 players, 2 tee signs with company name (1 set on each course) and reserved seating at the luncheon.  Logo advertisement in banquet Power Point presentation included.

Silver – $1,200
Green fees for 4 players, 2 tee signs with company name (1 set on each course).   Logo advertisement in banquet Power Point presentation included.

Bronze – $1000
Green fees for 4 players and 1 tee sign with company name.   Logo advertisement in banquet Power Point presentation included.

*Form must be downloaded and submitted to reserve foursome sponsorships.  All other sponsorships may be reserved and purchased online.

PLEASE NOTE:
Contributions and event purchases paid to NPFMA to participate in the Annual Charity & Scholarship Golf Tournament may not be deductible as charitable contributions for Federal Income Tax purposes, but may be deductible as a business expense.  Please contact your tax professional for further clarification.

NEVADA PROFESSIONAL FACILITY MANAGERS ASSOCIATION-TAX ID #94-3169442

More information and online registration: NPFMA Golf Tournament Sponsorships

Best regards,

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