June 10, 2004
Seattle - Former Washington football All-American Steve Emtman will host the inaugural "Dawg Days of Summer" July 11 and 12 to benefit his newly created 90 Foundation. Proceeds from the reception and golf tournament will benefit several area charities in addition to the Husky athletic department.
The two-day event, includes a Sunday pairings party at the Fox Sports Grill from 6-10 p.m. and Monday's golf tournament at Washington National Golf Club. Groups will tee off at 1 p.m.
The golf outing will feature members of Washington's1991 National Championship football team, including Mario Bailey, Ed Cunningham, James Clifford, Dave Hoffman and Aaron Pierce. Other former Husky greats expected to participate include Greg Lewis and Chuck Nelson.
The 90 Foundation was developed to provide resources to children who want to enjoy various summer activities, allowing them to experience nature and all that it can offer in the Pacific Northwest. Along with the University of Washington, the 90 Foundation will provide scholarships to children in need who want to attend a summer camp. The 90 Foundation also supports PAWS-Wildlife, Fisher House and the C.A.S.T. for Kids Foundation.
Hole sponsors and foursomes are available by calling the 90 Foundation at 206/227-9387 or via email to email@example.com