William C. Kimbrell Memorial Golf
Tournament to Raise Money for Scholarships
ROCK HILL—On Monday, May 10, the
York Technical College Foundation will host the William C. Kimbrell
Memorial Golf Tournament to raise money for scholarships for some of the
college’s most promising students with financial needs.
year's event will honor the vision and energy of long-time
Foundation board member Bill Kimbrell. Kimbrell joined the college's
board in 1992 and served until his death last year. Among his many
projects were the previous 13 golf marathons, beginning in 1994,
raising more than $850,000 for scholarships.
The William C. Kimbrell Memorial Golf Tournament will take place at
Springfield Golf Club in Fort Mill. It will honor Kimbrell's memory
and celebrate his love for golf and for supporting student success
through scholarships. Thirty-two teams of golfers, including
business and community leaders, will begin play at 12:30 p.m.
The media is encouraged to meet the
participants at 12:15 p.m., just prior to the shotgun start at 12:30
p.m. A reception for the golfers will follow play at 5:30 p.m.
For more information, contact Dr. Ed Duffy at
(803) 327-8012 or
About the York Technical College Foundation
The York Technical College Foundation is a not-for-profit foundation
organized under South Carolina law and is fiscally and
organizationally separate from the college. Its purpose is to
receive private gifts, bequests, and donations, and to account for,
manage and help appreciate monies or property submitted to the
Foundation. Such donations are totally tax deductible. Funds for the
Foundation are distributed to benefit and advance the College and
for the encouragement and subsidization of students and faculty of
York Technical College.