2019 News

2019 News

 

March 4

     Hayley (Meyer) Tomazic from St. Louis, played in Pepsi Little People’s in the 1990s, along with her sister Kelsey and brother Jack.  Here is her memory of Little People’s:
     “The Little Peoples tournaments are some of our favorite family memories growing up. We always enjoyed the parent/child tournament, bbq and of course the competition. It was such a great place to connect with other golfers from different places and enjoy a fun yet competitive atmosphere. Now that my kids are old enough to play in the tournament, I am thrilled to be able to share this tradition with them.”          Hayley’s 3 year-old son Fitz and 6 year-old daughter Aubrey will be playing in Little People’s 2019 for the first time.

January 16

            Pepsi Little People’s has announced that the Maureen Garrity Scholarship for Women has been established to honor Maureen Garrity, a long-time supporter and volunteer for the Pepsi Little People’s Golf Championships.

            Dr. Garrity passed away December 23, 2018, after a long and courageous battle with breast cancer.

            Maureen spent 34 years at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and was particularly impactful in supporting student-led programs on social determinants of health, leadership and community service. Her impact on students, faculty, staff and colleagues across the country was truly amazing and leaves an immeasurable legacy of educators, physicians, leaders and friends.

            For 16 years, Maureen was a year-round volunteer for the Pepsi Little People’s Golf Championship, and could be seen during the tournament working on her computer, taking pictures, and cheering on the players.

            This merit Scholarship was established to support the education of women who participate in the Pepsi Little People’s Golf Championships.  The recipient should be a high school junior or senior, graduating in 2019 or 2020, with an unweighted grade-point average of 3.5 or above, who intends to pursue a college degree, and who competes in and completes the 2019 Pepsi Little People’s Golf Championships.

            This Scholarship will fund the recipient in an amount between $1500 and $2000 for her continuing education, as indicated in her personal statement.

            For information and application, please email Nan Ryan, LPGC Executive Director, at ryannan@me.com.  Completed application and associated documents must be received by the Little People’s office no later than April 15, 2019.