Golf tournament to benefit Manzanita Elementary School scheduled for May 7 | Kingman Miner Daily

KINGMAN – Manzanita Elementary School has partnered with Valle Vista Golf Course, parents and the school community to host a benefit golf tournament on Saturday, May 7.

The money raised will be used for technology and school equipment.

“Proceeds from this year’s tournament will help Manzanita improve and repair the gymnasium scene and purchase new technology and playground equipment,” the Kingman Unified School District wrote in a press release.

Money from previous tournaments has been used to purchase new swing sets, science kits and Chromebooks for each student in grades 1-5.

It’s also fun, said Manzanita principal Lindsay Wolsey.

“This is a fun charity event that involves students’ families and the community,” Wolsey said. “The golf tournament gives everyone the opportunity to work together for the benefit of our students.

The tournament will begin at 7 a.m. with a four-player scramble format.

Participants receive two tickets for a drink, lunch and the chance to win one of many prizes, including “closest to the pin;” cash prizes for first, second and third place; door prizes and drawing items.

Visit the Manzanita Elementary School website,, to download the donation request letter and registration materials to participate in the event.

Organizers offer tee box sponsorships and other corporate advertising opportunities. They are also looking for product donations for door prizes and items for drawing prizes at the event.

Contact Deputy Director Robert Brantingham at [email protected] or call 928-753-6197 ext. 4301 to donate, sponsor or ask questions.