Central Elementary School received more than $1,000 in disc golf equipment from the Upstate Disc Golf Club on Aug. 20. Bryan Schaupp, right, a member of the Upstate Disc Golf Club, and Tom Cloer, left, assistant administrator for the Town of Central, presented the equipment to PE teacher Mindy Bolin, second from the right. Also shown is Paige Bowers. The donation included three portable disc golf baskets, mini discs, two different weight discs, various Frisbees, an instructional book, and DVD to help Bolin teach the students of Central Elementary how to play disc golf. This donation is special to Central Elementary due to the significance of disc golf in the Town of Central, home to The Grand Central Station Disc Golf Course. This course is currently the longest public disc golf course in South Carolina.


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Central Elementary School received more than $1,000 in disc golf equipment from the Upstate Disc Golf Club on Aug. 20. Bryan Schaupp, right, a member of the Upstate Disc Golf Club, and Tom Cloer, left, assistant administrator for the Town of Central, presented the equipment to PE teacher Mindy Bolin, second from the right. Also shown is Paige Bowers. The donation included three portable disc golf baskets, mini discs, two different weight discs, various Frisbees, an instructional book, and DVD to help Bolin teach the students of Central Elementary how to play disc golf. This donation is special to Central Elementary due to the significance of disc golf in the Town of Central, home to The Grand Central Station Disc Golf Course. This course is currently the longest public disc golf course in South Carolina.

Central Elementary School received more than $1,000 in disc golf equipment from the Upstate Disc Golf Club on Aug. 20. Bryan Schaupp, right, a member of the Upstate Disc Golf Club, and Tom Cloer, left, assistant administrator for the Town of Central, presented the equipment to PE teacher Mindy Bolin, second from the right. Also shown is Paige Bowers. The donation included three portable disc golf baskets, mini discs, two different weight discs, various Frisbees, an instructional book, and DVD to help Bolin teach the students of Central Elementary how to play disc golf. This donation is special to Central Elementary due to the significance of disc golf in the Town of Central, home to The Grand Central Station Disc Golf Course. This course is currently the longest public disc golf course in South Carolina.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_centralelemdiscgolf.jpgCentral Elementary School received more than $1,000 in disc golf equipment from the Upstate Disc Golf Club on Aug. 20. Bryan Schaupp, right, a member of the Upstate Disc Golf Club, and Tom Cloer, left, assistant administrator for the Town of Central, presented the equipment to PE teacher Mindy Bolin, second from the right. Also shown is Paige Bowers. The donation included three portable disc golf baskets, mini discs, two different weight discs, various Frisbees, an instructional book, and DVD to help Bolin teach the students of Central Elementary how to play disc golf. This donation is special to Central Elementary due to the significance of disc golf in the Town of Central, home to The Grand Central Station Disc Golf Course. This course is currently the longest public disc golf course in South Carolina. Courtesy photo
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