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Recycling and the PGA? WA State Recycling Shows How it’s Done

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The Washington State Recycling Association is having a fundraising event on Thursday, August 25 at Snoqualmie Ridge which focuses on recycling at public events.

In addition to the presentations (by The Boeing Classic, Issaquah Salmon Days and Ivar’s), lunch and a great day outdoors, each attendee will receive a two-day pass to the PGA event! Proceeds benefit the Washington State Recycling Association and the Benaroya Research Institute. Register at Www.wsra.net.

Just 30 minutes outside of Seattle, Snoqualmie Ridge is home of the Champions Tour Boeing Classic and a Jack Nicklaus signature designed golf course.

TPC Snoqualmie Ridge
36005 SE Ridge Street
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
425.396.6000

Registration:
WSRA Member Cost: $85 – includes lunch, a $42.50 donation to Benaroya Research Institute and a two-day PGA pass
Non-Member Cost: $100 – includes lunch, a $42.50 donation to Benaroya Research Institute and a two-day PGA pass

This event is a fundraiser for WSRA and the Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason. With your premium registration, you will receive event recycling information and a ticket to the Boeing Classic PGA Champions Tour event August 26-28.

For more information or to register, click here or visit the WSRA website at http://www.wsra.net.

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