Golf Invitational
Sep
25
12:00pm12:00pm

Golf Invitational

Platinum Sponsor - 2017 Golf Invitational
5,000.00

Includes 2 Foursomes, Full Page in Yardage Guide, Title Dinner Sponsorship

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2,500.00

Includes 2 Foursomes, Half Page in Yardage Guide, Title Lunch Sponsorship

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Silver Sponsor - 2017 Golf Invitational
1,500.00

Includes 1 Foursome, Quarter Page in Yardage Guide

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Bronze Sponsor - 2017 Golf Invitational
1,200.00

Includes 1 Foursome, Mention in Yardage Guide

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Single Golfer - 2017 Golf Invitational
250.00

The Invitational Committee will develop pairings

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Hole Sponsor - 2017 Golf Invitational
100.00

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Book Club
May
11
7:00pm 7:00pm

Book Club

Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff


What happens at a USC Book Club meeting?

According to Beth Erlanger, Recreation & Leisure Chair of the Community Foundation of Upper St. Clair… “We wait for people to arrive, get reacquainted, and jump right into discussing the book. First we share our opinions. Then, I try to have a few discussion questions with me so we go over those.”

Why was it formed?

“I started it because I’ve run into people who like to read and say that they’d love to join a book club, but don’t know where to find one. I felt that we could have one that is open to anyone.”

When and where does it meet?

The second Thursday of every other month starting in September…

Next meetings: September 14, 2017, November 9, 2017

It is offered at two times: 11:00 a.m. and repeated at 7:00 p.m.

USC Community & Recreation Center

What do I have to do?

“People usually read at least a portion of the book ahead of time. They buy it in print or for their e-reader, or check it out of the library (which is what I usually do).  If they haven’t read the book, that’s okay, too. We’ve had some people who have come before who felt they were in a rut and just needed to get out of the house to find some motivation to read again. Even if someone has read it and has nothing on which to comment, that is fine.”

RSVP is encouraged but not necessary: berlanger@verizon.net

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Book Club
May
11
11:00am11:00am

Book Club

Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff


What happens at a USC Book Club meeting?

According to Beth Erlanger, Recreation & Leisure Chair of the Community Foundation of Upper St. Clair… “We wait for people to arrive, get reacquainted, and jump right into discussing the book. First we share our opinions. Then, I try to have a few discussion questions with me so we go over those.”

Why was it formed?

“I started it because I’ve run into people who like to read and say that they’d love to join a book club, but don’t know where to find one. I felt that we could have one that is open to anyone.”

When and where does it meet?

The second Thursday of every other month starting in September…

Next meetings: September 14, 2017, November 9, 2017

It is offered at two times: 11:00 a.m. and repeated at 7:00 p.m.

USC Community & Recreation Center

What do I have to do?

“People usually read at least a portion of the book ahead of time. They buy it in print or for their e-reader, or check it out of the library (which is what I usually do).  If they haven’t read the book, that’s okay, too. We’ve had some people who have come before who felt they were in a rut and just needed to get out of the house to find some motivation to read again. Even if someone has read it and has nothing on which to comment, that is fine.”

RSVP is encouraged but not necessary: berlanger@verizon.net

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Book Club
Mar
9
7:00pm 7:00pm

Book Club

Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance


What happens at a USC Book Club meeting?

According to Beth Erlanger, Recreation & Leisure Chair of the Community Foundation of Upper St. Clair… “We wait for people to arrive, get reacquainted, and jump right into discussing the book. First we share our opinions. Then, I try to have a few discussion questions with me so we go over those.”

Why was it formed?

“I started it because I’ve run into people who like to read and say that they’d love to join a book club, but don’t know where to find one. I felt that we could have one that is open to anyone.”

When and where does it meet?

The second Thursday of every other month starting in September…

Next meetings: May 11, 2017, September 14, 2017, November 9, 2017

It is offered at two times: 11:00 a.m. and repeated at 7:00 p.m.

USC Community & Recreation Center

What do I have to do?

“People usually read at least a portion of the book ahead of time. They buy it in print or for their e-reader, or check it out of the library (which is what I usually do).  If they haven’t read the book, that’s okay, too. We’ve had some people who have come before who felt they were in a rut and just needed to get out of the house to find some motivation to read again. Even if someone has read it and has nothing on which to comment, that is fine.”

RSVP is encouraged but not necessary: berlanger@verizon.net

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Book Club
Mar
9
11:00am11:00am

Book Club

Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance


What happens at a USC Book Club meeting?

According to Beth Erlanger, Recreation & Leisure Chair of the Community Foundation of Upper St. Clair… “We wait for people to arrive, get reacquainted, and jump right into discussing the book. First we share our opinions. Then, I try to have a few discussion questions with me so we go over those.”

Why was it formed?

“I started it because I’ve run into people who like to read and say that they’d love to join a book club, but don’t know where to find one. I felt that we could have one that is open to anyone.”

When and where does it meet?

The second Thursday of every other month starting in September…

Next meetings: May 11, 2017, September 14, 2017, November 9, 2017

It is offered at two times: 11:00 a.m. and repeated at 7:00 p.m.

USC Community & Recreation Center

What do I have to do?

“People usually read at least a portion of the book ahead of time. They buy it in print or for their e-reader, or check it out of the library (which is what I usually do).  If they haven’t read the book, that’s okay, too. We’ve had some people who have come before who felt they were in a rut and just needed to get out of the house to find some motivation to read again. Even if someone has read it and has nothing on which to comment, that is fine.”

RSVP is encouraged but not necessary: berlanger@verizon.net

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