The 24th Annual West Hills Community College Foundation President’s Scholars Golf
Tournament kicked off at the Kings Country Club in Hanford on Sept. 21. Golfers
who participated had have a chance to win many prizes including a car. West Hills Community College Foundation would like to send a special thanks to Keller Automotive in Hanford for their vehicle donation. All proceeds from the event
have gone toward the West Hills College President’s Scholars Program, which provides top local students the ability to attend West Hills College Coalinga, West Hills College
Lemoore or North District Center, Firebaugh at virtually no cost.
“This tournament helps to raise funds for our President’s Scholars program which helps
students across the district pay for tuition and buy books,” Alex Perez, Executive
Director of WHCC Foundation said. “This golf tournament is a great way to have fun and support student scholarships. I want to thank our event sponsors Tachi Palace Casino & Resort, Pepsi, EECU, Keller Automotive, and Cannon Design.”
Since the President’s Scholars Program began in 1998, it has provided more than 800 students from Kings and Fresno counties the opportunity to attend college with free tuition and $250 a semester for books. The golf tournament is the primary fundraising tool to support this important program.
For more information about the President’s Scholars Program or to donate to the President’s Scholars program contact the West Hills Community College Foundation
by phone at (559) 934-2150 or firstname.lastname@example.org