Members of APSU’s Pi Kappa Alpha Eta Tau Chapter never shy away from a good time, or a philanthropic cause, which is how the Waggle golf tournament came to be.
“This is the 7th year of the event, we have 16 teams competing in a 4-man scramble format,” Joey Hughes said. “And, all the money we raise will go to the Clarksville-Montgomery County Humane Society.”
This year’s tournament had special meaning for many of the players, as it was dedicated to tournament founder Scott Beasley, who passed away in August, 2016.
PKA’s long history of service to this community was recognized by an extensive list of sponsors eager to participate in the event. More than two dozen local businesses contributed to the success of this year’s Waggle.
“We want to thank all our players and sponsors,” Hughes said. “Thanks to their efforts, we were able to present officials from CMC Humane Society a check this morning for $7,500. That money will go directly to their new spay and neuter clinic.”
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