Tag: Bear Mountain Golf Course

Mammoth Resorts Town Hall

At last night’s town hall meeting organized by Mammoth Resort’s Chairman and CEO, Rusty Gregory, the audience of approximately 100 people were given an opportunity to ask questions and receive information on the acquisition of Mammoth Resorts, including Snow Summit and Bear Mountain by the Aspen Skiing Company and KSL Capital Partners. Gregory announced that “this is our first step in what we knew was coming, a roll up of the business”, meaning a consolidation of the ski industry.  Although terms of the sale were not disclosed, Aspen and KSL Capital recently purchased Intrawest, a mountain resort and adventure...

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Tee Off for Charity on August 18

 Big Bear Lake, CA, August 9, 2013 – The Big Bear Fire Fighters Association is hosting its 13th Annual Golf Tournament on Sunday, August 18 at Bear Mountain Golf Course.  The cost is $80 per person for 18 holes and lunch is included.  There will be a longest drive contest, closest to the pin competition, and many more fun ways to earn prizes. The Big Bear City Professional Firefighters Association is a non-profit organization that raises money which is then returned to the community in the form of Christmas Shopping for Kids, Miss Big Bear sponsorship, sports sponsorships, scholarships, etc.  Anyone interested in signing up as a golfer, making a donation or sponsoring a hole should call Fire Fighter/Paramedic Roger LaVoire at (909)...

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Time To Tee Up For Habitat For Humanity

Big Bear Lake, CA, July 12, 2012, noon – Golfers can sign up for the 9th Annual Big Bear Valley Habitat for Humanity Golf Tournament hosted by Realty Executives Big Bear. Set for Tuesday, August 14 at Bear Mountain Golf Course, the tournament’s $100 entry fee includes golf and a gourmet tri-tip & chicken barbecue. Tournament events include Best Ball Scramble and both Closest-to-the-Pin & Longest Drive competitions. All the proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity, which just finished its fifth home in Big Bear Valley. This is the big fundraiser of the year for Habitat for Humanity. $100 Hole Sponsorships for businesses and individuals receive name recognition along the course route. Big Bear Valley Habitat for Humanity builds affordable housing for low-income families.  Each completed home is sold at zero percent interest to a local family, which also works 500 hours on the house.  Home Number Five was recently completed and will be dedicated in the coming weeks.  The land for Home Number Six has been purchased and construction will begin soon. [audio:http://kbhr933.com/wp-content/uploads/SP31595.mp3|titles=Habitat For Humanity – Mike Evans...

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