22nd Annual LCCC/Jack Nicklaus Scholarship Golf Benefit

22nd Annual LCCC/Jack Nicklaus Scholarship Golf Benefit


The Lorain County Community College Foundation proudly hosted the 22nd annual LCCC/Jack Nicklaus Scholarship Golf Benefit.  This year’s event was held at the historic Firestone Country Club. 

The golf benefit is the LCCC Foundation’s signature effort to raise vital resources for students of LCCC and its University Partnership.  The outing features more than 100 golfers playing 18 holes of golf at an outstanding local course.  Elyria Country Club, Oberlin Country Club and Spring Valley Country Club have hosted the Nicklaus event in the past. 

Since its inception in 1990, the LCCC/Jack Nicklaus Scholarship Golf Benefit has enjoyed a partnership among LCCC, local businesses, corporations and community members to raise scholarship dollars for students of Lorain County Community College and its University Partnership. 

Over the past 21 years, the Jack Nicklaus Scholarship fund has provided more than $450,000 in scholarships and other financial assistance to over 720 students.


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