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Annual Sierra Nevada Association of REALTORS charity golf tournament

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The Sierra Nevada Association of REALTORS is still accepting registrations for their annual “Alyce McCracken Scramble for Scholarships” on Saturday, September 10th, 2016 at the Eagle Valley Golf Course in Carson City. This golf tournament is played in honor of REALTOR® Alyce McCracken, a resident of Northern Nevada who had a passion for continuing education and training. Proceeds from the tournament benefit local high schools in the communities served by the Sierra Nevada Association of REALTORS including the counties of Carson, Douglas, Churchill, and parts of Lyon.

The tournament is open to the public and the entry fee is $85 per person, which includes lunch. Raffle tickets will be available for purchase, and prizes will be awarded for the putting contest, longest drive and closest to the pin. Participants also have a chance to win a new car from Carson City Toyota if he or she hits a hole-in-one! Sponsors include First Centennial Title, Prime Lending, ReMax Team Tatro, McDonald-Carano-Wilson, The Cracker Box, JS Bistro, Realty Executives, and Carson City Toyota. Registration deadline is Wednesday, September 7, 2016. To sign-up please contact the Sierra Nevada Association of REALTORS at 775.885.7200.

Since establishing The Alyce McCracken Memorial Fund nearly 15 years ago, the Association has donated thousands of dollars to local high schools. The Sierra Nevada Association of REALTORS is the voice of real estate in Carson City and the surrounding areas and is a professional organization supporting Realtors in the Sierra Nevada region, including the counties of Carson, Douglas, Churchill and Lyon (except for Fernley). Committed to building better communities throughout the region, the Association provides members with expert guidance and professional tools enabling them to deliver superior service to residents and newcomers; and to participate in the political process to protect the industry and homeowner property rights.


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