The Ozarka College Foundation will host its annual Fulton County Golf Tournament Saturday, June 1, at the Cherokee Village – South Course. Shotgun start is 8 a.m.
Liberty Bank of Arkansas and First National Banking Company are presenting sponsors of the tournament, which will benefit the Ozarka College Foundation’s JoKay Smith Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Entry fee for the four-person scramble is $200 per team, which includes player entry, range balls, golf-cart fee, a light breakfast, lunch, gift bags and 18 holes of golf. There will be prizes for the longest drive, longest putt, closest to the pin and a putting contest.
Tournament organizers include members of the Ozarka College Foundation Board of Directors from Fulton County, including Leah Rouse of Salem, Leta Montgomery of Mammoth Spring, Mayor Jean Pace of Mammoth Spring and Jerry Smith of Mammoth Spring.
Ozarka College is a comprehensive technical/community college, with locations in Fulton, Izard, Sharp and Stone counties. The college offers 28 associate degrees, technical certificates and certificates of proficiency, as well as workforce training, continuing education and adult basic education.