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At JA of Alaska, we host several events throughout the year to raise money to support our programming. These events also engage the community in our efforts to reach students! Whether you'd like to get involved on an individual level or as a business through event sponsorship, we offer several ways for you to support our work while having a great time!

33rd Annual Alaska Business Hall of Fame

33rd Annual Alaska Business Hall of Fame

When: Thursday, January 23, 2020
Where: Dena'ina Civic & Convention Center, Anchorage, AK

In this prestigious event, Junior Achievement will be honoring influential, visionary leaders from the business community that have made a significant impact on Alaska's economy, created new opportunities, and elevated the educational landscape for youth in their communities in regards to financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work-readiness.

JA of Alaska UPCOMING EVENTS

32nd Annual Mark Eliason 3-Club Scramble Golf Classic

32nd Annual Mark Eliason 3-Club Scramble Golf Classic

When: Tuesday, June 23, 2020
Where: Moose Run Creek Course
Time: 7:00 AM Shotgun Start

Sponsored by Alaska National Insurance and Linda Eliason

Join us for a day on the greens in this fun, unique format for a golf classic.  Registration fees are $800 per foursome / $200 per golfer and include green fees, cart rental, golfer gift, breakfast, admission to the Awards Banquet, opportunity to win a Lexus and many, many more prizes! 

 

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TOURNAMENT RULES

The tournament is a Three Club Scramble, with the option to purchase a putter (mulligans and string are also available for purchase).  Only three clubs may be used by any one player during the entire tournament (including putter).  Each team will have twelve clubs (and four putters if purchased), but a player may only use their selected three clubs.  Short teams (teams of two or three) will rotate players sequentially to hit for the absent player(s).

 

Team Scramble: Each team member hits his/her own ball from the tee.  Once a shot is selected, the other team members pick up their balls and move to that position.  All team members hit their next shot from a position within one club length of the team's selected shot.  BUT NOT CLOSER TO THE HOLE!  Putts must be made from the same spot as the selected ball on the green.  Putts must be holed out (unless using string) – NO GIMMIES!  Maximum score on any 1 hole is a double bogey.

 

Course Marshals will monitor the tournaments timely progress (maximum of 15 minutes per hole per team).  The Course Marshal has the authority to assess a one-stroke penalty if he/she determines that a team is impending course play.

Junior Achievement Alaska ZOO Bowl-a-Thon

Junior Achievement Alaska ZOO Bowl-a-Thon

When: Saturday, November 9, 2019
Where: Jewel Lake Bowl
Time: 4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Junior Achievement of Alaska is hosting the 28th Annual  Bowl-a-Thon to be held on Saturday, November 9, 2019 at Jewel Lake Bowl in Anchorage.  Team Registration fee of $800 includes three games of bowling, commemorative gift, pizza, and opportunity to win fabulous prizes including a pair of roundtrip tickets for 2 from Alaska Airlines!  There will be prizes for costumes, trivia, and much more.  Registration fees may be raised as a team of 5 bowlers, or $160 per bowler.  

To reserve a lane, please contact Flora Teo at fteo@ja-alaska.org.  

Junior Achievement of Alaska is incorporated as a 501 (c )(3), and is funded by businesses and individuals.  All proceeds will help our growing statewide program serving more than 15,120 students statewide on an annual basis that teach financial literacy, workforce readiness, and entrepreneurship to K-12 students in 55 Alaskan communities.  Donations are tax deductible where allowable by law.  Tax ID # 92-0045091. 

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