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Howe-Welle Women’s Athletics Golf Tournament to celebrate 50 years of Title IX

Bemidji State athletics will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Title IX with the third annual Howe-Welle Women’s Athletics Golf Tournament on Friday, Aug. 26, at the Bemidji Town and Country Club.

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Ruth Howe tees off from the second hole during the 2019 Howe-Welle Women’s Athletics Golf Tournament at the Bemidji Town and Country Club.
Jillian Gandsey / Bemidji Pioneer
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BEMIDJI -- Bemidji State athletics will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Title IX with the third annual Howe-Welle Women’s Athletics Golf Tournament on Friday, Aug. 26, at the Bemidji Town and Country Club.

The fundraiser generates scholarships and funds for BSU's women's athletics programs. Registration for the four-person scramble is online only, and participants can sign up by Aug. 25 at www.bsualumni.org/HoweWelle.

The registration cost is $150 per person and includes golf, tee prizes and a meal after the round. Those not interested in golfing can also register for the dinner at $25 per plate.

Student-athletes from all of Bemidji State's women’s teams will be present, and Caige Jambor will be performing live music during a social hour.

For more information, contact the BSU Alumni & Foundation at 218-755-3989 or foundation@bemidjistate.edu.

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