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3rd Annual Superintendent's Cup Helps APS Students, Teachers

Sign up now to take part in the July 30th golf tournament at the Canyon Club (formerly Four Hills Country Club).

July 1, 2014

It'll be a hard act to top, but the APS Education Foundation is excited to announce the 2014 Superintendent's Cup on July 30 at The Canyon Club (formerly Four Hills Country Club).

Sign up now to take part in the July 30th golf tournament at the Canyon Club (formerly Four Hills Country Club).

Last year, 74 teams in two full flights representing APS employees, administrators, partners and community leaders played in the tournament. In all, 296 players played, and while few will have Phil Mickelson shaking in his golf shoes, a good time was had by all.It was incredible to see the support people had for this event,” said APS Superintendent Winston Brooks. “I’m very proud of what that says about our relationship with our community.”

The golf tournament sponsorship package allows for even more fun -- and more help for the district's 89,000 students. Sponsorships will range from $300 to $5,000.

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