Annual Scholar’s Cup Supports Arlington Students

by Dan Lesniak

minigolf1School is back in session, the kids are in classes and our fall routines have begun again along the Orange Line. Now is a great time to support our community, and in particular our students. The Arlington Chamber of Commerce has provided a great event to do just that. Coming up on Wednesday, September 17th, the 9th Annual Scholar’s Cup will be held to raise scholarship funds for two Arlington students. The scholarship funds will go to assist two graduating high school students seeking a college education. The Arlington Chamber has put on this family fun event to help garner support from not only businesses in our city but also from the community at large. The Chamber sees the importance of giving back to the community, and this fundraiser is a great way to do that, as the whole family can join in.

The Annual Scholar’s Cup includes a mini-golf tournament and BBQ dinner. There will be music on hand to keep the fun going and lively. The tournament begins at 3:30 pm and goes until 7:00 pm and will be held at the Upton Hill Regional Park mini-golf course. 100 percent of the proceeds raised will go to the scholarship fund. This has been one of the most popular Chamber events in Arlington and is sure to continue to be so. Even if you don’t want to golf in the tournament, you can join in the BBQ. As this is an Arlington Chamber event, you will also have the chance to meet local business owners, making this an ideal place to network and learn about Arlington businesses for yourself.

Supporting Arlington’s students and local businesses is part of what makes Orange Line Living so great. To see the community at-large join together for a good cause is reason to celebrate where we live. If you are ready to live along the greatest urban corridor around, myself, and the Orange Line Living team are here to provide you with our unique and specialized services. To learn more about how we can help you, contact us directly at 571-969-7653 or at [email protected].

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