Volunteer Southern Maryland ‘Cheats’ To Raise Money

The College of Southern Maryland’s Volunteer Southern Maryland ‘Miniature Golf Tournament for Cheaters’ fundraiser held at Fun Haven Golf in La Plata raised $500 to maintain the tri-county volunteer database as a free service for area non-profits. Players raised money to ‘purchase’ advantages such as blindfolds

Mini-Golf Tournament Encourages Bad Behavior for a Good Cause

Extended caption The College of Southern Maryland’s Volunteer Southern Maryland ‘Miniature Golf Tournament for Cheaters’ fundraiser held at Fun Haven Golf in La Plata raised $500 to maintain the tri-county volunteer database as a free service for area non-profits. Players raised money to ‘purchase’ advantages such as blindfolds, wiggly balls and blocking bricks and other distractions to use on their opponents the tournament. CSM’s Service and Volunteerism Coordinator Heather Zoella, left, presents the winning trophies to Luke Foster, Andrew Walker and Jake Garcia, students at Grace Lutheran School in La Plata. Event sponsors included Beacon Printing, Century 21 H.T.Brown-Bud Humbert-Team Advantage, Chick-Fil-A, Greater Waldorf Jaycees, T.G.I Fridays, Walmart, Olive Garden, Red Robin, Fun Haven Golf, Papa John’s Pizza, and Starbucks.

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