June 14, 2024
Pittsburgh National Golf Club
10:30 Registration / Box Lunch
12:00 Shotgun (scramble format)
5:00 Cocktails, Dinner, and Awards Banquet
Golf and dinner - $200/pp (box lunches, buffet dinner, and prizes included)
Dinner only at Pittsburgh National - $65/pp
Donation only - any amount
Dinner Sponsor - $2,500
Beverage Sponsor (3 coolers w/logo) - $1,400
Swing video & Analysis Sponsor - $1,250
Golf Balls (1 sleeve pp w/logo) - $1,000
Gold Trowel Level - $500
Silver Trowel Level - $250
We are also looking for a basket to be raffled off at the event (e.g. golf balls, clothing, tickets, gift certificates, etc). If you have anything to contribute, please notify Steve Swanson. Donations may be tax-deductible. Check with your tax advisor.
Sign up as a foursome, or we will put you in a group of really nice people. If you are paying for more than yourself, please send an email to Steve Swanson at firstname.lastname@example.org with the names and email addresses of the others for whom you are paying.
Make checks payable to PNOF (Pittsburgh North Optimists Foundation) and send to:
208 Ninth Street
Aspinwall, PA 15215
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Steve Swanson by email email@example.com or phone 724-612-3338.
Details of the Carl A. Bongiovanni Memorial Scholarship
Carl A. Bongiovanni was a lifelong resident of Allegheny County and was deeply involved in his community and his industry in a number of capacities. He passed away unexpectedly on January 26, 2017. As the second generation owner of Bon Tool Co. and a founding committee member of the VICA/Skills USA’s Masonry Competition, he was acutely aware of the shortage of skilled tradespeople, the importance of a strong education in those trades and the financial commitment required to obtain such an education.
The purpose of this scholarship is to provide students with funding for beginning or continuing his or her education in the building/construction trades at a post-secondary institution. The scholarship is worth $1,000 per year, sent directly to the educational institution, for as long as the student is enrolled in the program (up to 3 years). To be eligible, the applicant must be enrolled in a major construction trade program at an approved vocational or career and technical school in Pennsylvania.