We know that strong schools are an essential part to a strong community. That is why the Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce is committed to not only our local business and residents, but to our schools as well. Every year we hold a golf classic tournament to raise funds to provide scholarships to local graduating seniors from Crescenta Valley High School and Clark Magnet High School.

Our Golf Tournament is an action packed day of fun followed by the presentation of our Scholarships to the winners. Here is what you can expect when you come.

  • Putting Challenge
  • Food from 4 local restaurants in Montrose for you to enjoy
  • 18 holes of Golf
  • Hole-in-One Opportunity
  • Raffle Prizes
  • Ipad Raffle
  • Videos of past recipients telling how they used their scholarship money
  • Team Winner Award
  • Individual Winner Award
  • Feeling great about supporting our Scholarship Fundraiser!

On Thursday, May 14th, 2015 the Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce’s 18th Annual Golf Classic and Scholarship Fundraiser will be held at The Verdugo Hills Golf Course. The proceeds from the event go toward the chamber’s Anita Peet Geyer Scholarship Fund for graduating seniors in the Crescenta Valley Area. It takes community members like you to help make this event possible. Please consider becoming a sponsor of the event and help support our Scholarship Fund. Click below and download your sponsorship and event entry application today!

Thank you to the legacy of Anita Peet Geyer who made this possible. Anita Peet Geyer is second-generation business owner of Peet’s Stationary and friend of Montrose. When she passed away in 1997 she left part of her estate to the Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber Board at that time designated the funds to go to our scholarship campaign. Her legacy continues on in this tournament as well as her desire to give back to the community she loved so much. Incidentally, Anita also left part of her estate to the Montrose Shopping Park. They designated their funds to purchasing the Montrose Town Clock that now graces Honolulu Ave. Stop buy sometime to see the commemorative plaque at the bottom of the clock.