Mini-golf through pubs in Rapid City for a good cause; March 15 - KOTA Territory News

Mini-golf through pubs in Rapid City for a good cause; March 15

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The Black Hills Works Foundation is seeking teams and volunteers for it's second annual Putt-N-Pub which will be held March 15.

The Putt-N-Pub is a 9-hole mini golf course hosted by local pubs.

It begins at noon at Thirsty's and ends with a performance of the Rapid City Professional Firefighters Pipe and Drum Corps.

Participants will putt their way through downtown Rapid City and support people with disabilities served by Black Hills Works.

Other business participating include Sanfords, Paddy O'Neils, Beaujo's, and Independent Ale. The cost is 10$ for a team of four. There will be prized for best team score, worst team score, most holes in one, and best costumes.

To register a team contact Tara Wilcox at 605-718-6207 or email twilcox@bhws.com.

Up to 30 teams may register.


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