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DFS Saipan and IT&E Donate over $5,000 worth of prizes to NMC Foundation Golf Tournament

In their support for the students of the CNMI, DFS and IT&E recently donated $5,250 to the NMC Foundation. Their donation is in support of the 12th Annual Foundation Open golf tournament that will be held this weekend on Saturday, April 30, 2016.

DFS Saipan contributed over $1,750 worth of designer bags and wallets, and an additional $1,000.

IT&E donated $2,500 worth of gift certificates as well.

The donation is part of the company’s sponsorship of the Foundation’s 13th Annual Foundation Golf Tournament, which will be held on Saturday, April 30, 2016.

The NMC Foundation is composed of community volunteers committed to the advancement of opportunities in support of higher education for students in the CNMI. The golf tournament is the NMC Foundation’s signature event that raises funds to support NMC’s academic programs and services.

The 13th Annual Foundation Open Golf Tournament will be held at the Saipan LaoLao Bay Golf & Resort (West Course) with a shotgun start of 7:00am and will follow a medal play format. There will be six separate flight categories: Championship, A, B. C, Seniors, and Ladies.

The entrance fee is $100 per player. Payments for the entrance fee can be made at the LaoLao Bay Golf & Resort and the NMC Cashier.

Tournament prizes for first place is $500, second place is $300, and third place is $200 for each of the six flights. Hole-in-one prizes include a $5,000 donation by Pacifica Insurance and 2 round trip tickets worth over $4,000 to Japan and the U.S. sponsored by Delta Airlines.

For more information on how to donate to the NMC Foundation or to register to play, log on to or call 234-5498 6784 or 6840.

Photo Caption 1: DFS Saipan representatives Ben Babauta (far left), Esther Ada (second from left), Marian Peirce (fourth from left), & Boyet Centeno (far right) presents a $1,000 check donation together with designer handbags to NMC’s Foundation Director James Glenn (third from left), NMC’s Foundation President Mary Tenorio (second from left) and NMC’s Chief Financial Officer Tracy Guerrero (third from right) in support of this Saturday’s 13th Annual NMC Foundation Golf Tournament.

Photo Caption 2: IT&E Chief Executive Officer John Compton (third from left), IT&E Customer Service Manager Janice Tenorio (second from right), and IT&E Sales & Marketing Manager Hans Mickleson (first from right) presents a $2,500 check donation to NMC’s Foundation President Mary Tenorio (third from right), NMC Chief Financial Officer Tracy Guerrero (second from left), and NMC Foundation Director James Glenn (first from left) in support of this Saturday’s 13th Annual NMC Foundation Golf Tournament at the Lao lao Bay Golf & Resort.

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