"Impacting Childrens Lives through Golf"

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The Morning Show with Gina & Joe

Thank you Gina and Joe for having me on the air this morning. It was a great experience and both the Ager and Myself appreciate the opportunity to come on the air. Joe is playing in the Marathon so make sure you sponsor him or myself - it's easy! Stop by the Station at 44th & "O" or the Ager Golf Course at 3761 Normal Blvd. and grab a sponsor form or download right here on the website. Our fundraising website is also up and it's an easy way to make a donation, just follow this link: http://www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/scott-weihe/3rdannualagergolfmarathon

 

 
Sticks for Kids

 

Future golfers learning the game at Jim Ager during the 2009 Sticks for Kids Golf Clinic

 
KFOR Radio Remote

Remote a Huge Success!

Tim Gemar and Rich Rumbaugh of The Lincoln Pogo Card organized a live radio remote broadcast with KFOR yesterday with the proceeds from POGO Card sales going to the Ager Marathon. It was a big success raising almost a thousand dollars for the marathon! We got to talk about the Ager course over the airwaves, we had a putting contest and gave away a set of golf clubs, some golf balls, lots of Downtown Pogo Cards, and some tickets to the Pumpkin Patch. Everyone who showed up also got to put their name in a drawing for a trip to the Nebraska - Minnesota game coming up in a few weeks. All in all it was a great day and everyone involved had fun while supporting the Ager.

Thank you Tim and Rich for putting this together and your continued support of the Ager course.

 

2011 Marathon

Date set for 2011 Ager Golf Marathon

This year's marathon will be held at Pioneers Golf Course on Friday, October 21st. We are looking for as many individuals as we can get to help us in our quest of assuring that the Ager will be here for our Children's Children. After the hard work of fundraising we will be rewarded with a great day of golf (as many holes as we can play) and food, drinks, prizes and some really good company and more than likely, a few good golf stories. If you value the Ager as much as we do, please take the time to help out with the event in any way you can - the reward will be great.

Our fundraising website is up at: http://www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/scott-weihe/3rdannualagergolfmarathon. It's a very easy way to make a donation and you can do it without even leaving the house. It gives us one more way to go about the fundraising activity.

The 2011 Entry Form is now available and we have posted it here on the website. Just look at the top of the page here and click on the "Entry Form" heading. Sponsor one of our players or join in the fundrasing activity and play yourself.

Over the last two years a small group of dedicated individuals and local merchants have teamed together to raise almost $25,000! I wish we could of and I think we should of done better, but it's not bad for a bunch of guys who didn't have any idea what they were doing when this idea was hatched in the winter of 2008. Our goal is to replace a worn out and crippled irrigation system at the Ager. This is a crucial step towards the Ager being self sufficient. A new irrigation system which would allow us stop buying water and utilize a good well we already have would save us tens of thousands of dollars annually. We need approximately $80,000 to finish the project - so, we are almost a third of the way there with what we have raised in the last two years. Please, please, we need help with this event in many areas. Stop by and talk with us about opportunities to serve.

 
Ager Marathon

Jim Ager Golf Marathon

Over the last two years a small group of dedicated individuals and local merchants have teamed together to raise almost $25,000! I wish we could of and I think we should of done better, but it's not bad for a bunch of guys who didn't have any idea what they were doing when this idea was hatched in the winter of 2008. Our goal is to replace a worn out and crippled irrigation system at the Ager. This is a crucial step towards the Ager being self sufficient and being here for your children's children in the future. A new irrigation system which would allow us to not buy water any more would save us tens of thousands of dollars annually. We need approximately $80,000 to finish the project - so, we are almost a third of the way there with what we have raised in the last two years. Please, please, we need help with this event in many areas. Stop by and talk with us about opportunities to serve.