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DiTrolio scholarship golf outing set for Sept. 8

July 23, 2008

DiTrolio scholarship golf outing set for Sept. 8
The date for the 5th Annual Scholarship Drive Golf Outing has been set for September 8, the day before the start of Labelexpo Americas 2008. The event, sponsored by DiTrolio Flexographic Institute, Broadview, IL, USA, will take place at Oak Meadows Golf and Banquet Facilities in Addison, IL.
The golf outing helps DiTrolio Flexographic Institute raise money for its student scholarship fund, which gives future flexo press operators the opportunity to be trained and start a career in the industry.
More information is available by contacting the institute at 708-343-4334. The email address is education@flexotraining.com.
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