Planning Your Summer Golf Tournaments?
Don’t Forget the Best!!
Ram Scramble ~~ Friday, August 18, 2017 ~~ Lake Hills Golf Course ~~ Four person scramble ~~Noon shotgun start ~~ BBQ and awards immediately following the tournament
Full Moon Open ~~ Saturday, August 19, 2017 ~~ Yegen Golf Club ~~ Four person scramble ~~6:00 pm shotgun start ~~ First nine holes played in daylight ~~ Break for steak dinner ~~ Last nine holes played in the dark with glow balls ~~ Awards following the tournament
Please show your support by golfing in one or both; sponsoring a hole, flag prize or all of the above!
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News and Publications
- April 24, 2017
Central Catholic High School — Aubrey Walter Parents: Kevin and Beth Walter Middle School: St. Francis Upper Elementary School: St. Francis Primary and Intermediate Future Plans: While I am unsure of the college that I will be attending at this time, I am looking forward to studying business next year. Most challenging or Rewarding Class: My AP Calculus class is
- April 24, 2017
Central Catholic High School — Johnny Elliott Parents: Dr. Jim Elliott and Mrs. Laurie Stergar Middle School: St. Francis Upper Elementary School: St. Francis Primary and Intermediate Future Plans: Accepted to multiple universities, decision forthcoming. I plan to study architecture or Chemical Engineering with plans to pursue a medical degree. I would like to become a radiologist, along
- March 22, 2017
By: ED KEMMICK In case you hadn’t noticed, there’s a Catholic construction boom underway in Billings. The new St. Francis School at Colton Boulevard and Woody Drive, which will serve K-8 students and is expected to open next fall, has an $18 million price tag. Just west of the new school, St. Thomas the Apostle
- February 8, 2017
By JORDON NIEDERMEIER firstname.lastname@example.org Jordon Niedermeier Feb 7, 2017 Microsoft plans to unveil its next-generation three-dimensional experience sometime this year, and two Billings high school graduates left their mark on the project. The HoloLens uses three microprocessors and a series of mirrors to project holograms into its user’s eye. The result is high definition interactive