Meade Week, Feb. 9, 2009

**Please scroll down the blog for some important messages

On this week’s edition, Ft. Meade Senior High Students accept football scholarships, a video update on DISA construction, Fort Meade students can apply for NASA space camp scholarships, and our Meade TV pick of the week!

**Correction:  I stated in the newscast that these are the first football scholarships won  by a Meade High student since 1991.  The correct year is 2001.  My apologies to Meade Senior High and the Mustangs.  Bryan

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FMWR Sports

hosting Men’s Varsity Basketball Games for  

THE 13TH ANNUAL

COCA COLA

CAPITOL CLASSIC

BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

MEN’S GROUP D TEAMS

14-16 February 2009 

GAMES BEGIN SAT 14 FEB @ 1000 AM

At MURPHY FIELD HOUSE

8451 Zimborski Ave 

1000

FT. MEADE PATRIOTS VS. MCGUIRE AFB 

1445

FT. MEADE vs FT. BRAGG 

SUNDAY 15 FEB

1300

FT. MEADE VS. FT. MCPHERSON 

Other teams will play in between the Ft. Meade games!! 

COME OUT AND SUPPORT YOUR FAVORITE TEAM!! 

BOSS WILL BE SELLING REFRESHMENTS!! 

The Championship games will be played Mon 16 Feb at Ft. Myer. 

For a complete schedule please visit www.quickscores.com/Capitolclassic

or call

301-677-2634

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                              February 11, 2009

DAILY TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE FOR 2009 AT&T NATIONAL AT CONGRESSIONAL COUNTRY CLUB

BETHESDA, Md – Golf fans looking for an unforgettable July 4th experience can now enjoy the 2009 AT&T National at 2008 prices! Hosted by Tiger Woods and played June 30 – July 5 at the historic Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md., the 2009 AT&T National will feature 120 of the world’s best players competing for their share of the $6 million purse. Fans eager to witness Anthony Kim defend his title can purchase tickets by visiting attnational.com or by calling 800.594.TIXX.

“It is very important for us to make this tournament an event the whole family can enjoy,” host Tiger Woods said. “We strive to keep the prices affordable so families can experience our golf tournament and have a fun day together.”

Daily Gallery Passes, which are grounds-only passes for individual days, can be purchased for any single day. They are $25 per day on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and $30 per day on Saturday and Sunday. Children 12 and under are admitted free if accompanied by a paid adult (limit two children per paid adult).

Also on sale is the Golf Lover’s package, providing the all-inclusive AT&T National experience. The package features access, for any one day Thursday – Sunday, to the historic Congressional Clubhouse, access to the on-course Grey Goose Lounge, a Morton’s meal voucher and VIP parking. The package is $125 for individuals and $425 for a group of four.

All general admission parking is free and complimentary pairings guides are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

About the Tiger Woods Foundation Since its inception in 1996 by Tiger Woods and his father Earl, the Tiger Woods Foundation has reached an estimated 10 million young people through character development, career exploration, scholarships and grant making programs.  Programs developed and supported by the Tiger Woods Foundation all share a similar mission of empowering young people to dream big and to set specific goals to achieve their dreams.

Specific programs of the Foundation include the Tiger Woods Learning Center, a youth-education facility and curriculum based in Anaheim, Calif., and Tiger’s Action Plan, a nationwide character development program based on Earl D. Woods’ book entitled Start Something. Tiger’s Action Plan is a free program for youth 8-17 that addresses three priorities: character education, volunteer service and career exploration. More information on the Tiger Woods Foundation and its programs can be found at    http://www.tigerwoodsfoundation.org.

 

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