The Trine University chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) will host a golf outing Saturday, Oct. 9, at the university's Zollner Golf Course.
EWB is an international relief organization that provides all engineering services and 95% of construction costs in developing communities to assist with basic infrastructure needs.
The Trine Student Chapter is currently in its fifth year of their multi-year commitment in assisting a rural village in Ecuador to obtain a consistent source of water during the dry season. Proceeds from the golf outing will be used to purchase the materials needed to build spring boxes, a submersible pump, and pipes to collect untapped spring water.
The cost to play will be 100$ per person for team play, while hole sponsorships will also be available for individuals and companies at 100$ as well. Players will also be provided with a box lunch and a golf cart for their 18-hole game.
To view more information, visit: http://trine.meritpages.com/news/Oct-9-golf-outing-benefits-Engineers-Without-Borders/22048
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