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Over the years of hosting the Tri 4 Schools Golf Classic, I’m always impressed at how much impact a day of silly fun can have on our community. As you can see from this photo, the weather was wonderful. As you can assume from the photos below, a great time was had by all.

Tri 4 Schools is a non-profit serving Dane County, Wisconsin (and beyond!) to provide opportunities for kids to be active. Their events and programs focus on the power of swimming, biking, and running as opportunities to teach children life skills such as setting goals, sportsmanship, and self-confidence. It’s also a fun and structured way to burn off extra energy and build a habit of being active after spending much of the day in the classroom.

What you can’t see from our scenic and fun event photos is what comes next, such as the opportunity to initiate a program at Leopold Elementary School in Madison. Leopold has a diverse student population, and it’s a wonderful opportunity for those kiddos to experience Tri 4 Schools. You can’t see the faces of the 120 kids who will have access to the amazing programming provided by Tri 4 Schools as they work to complete a triathlon in 2018. You can’t see the reach that this year’s fundraiser enables, pushing past Dane County and in to Watertown and Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, as Tri 4 Schools begins their growth across the state.

We’re proud to be a part of the mission of Tri 4 Schools, and we’re continually impressed by their commitment to helping kids build healthy habits!



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