September 25, 2015
Fall 2015 Tournament Registration Opens
Sign up now for the October 18 Community Disc Golf Tournament.
April 20, 2015
Spring 2015 Tournament Results
Former tournament champs Brenden Hardy and Raymond Schreffler came back on Sunday for another win with a 52, earning them the $100 top prize donated by Dugan Funeral Home & Crematory.
Brad and Greg Lescalleet, with multiple past victories of their own, took second place this time with a 53, and took home a card good for a large pizza "any way" and a 2-liter soda from Shippensburg Pizza Hut, along with $15 in gift certificates from our new sponsor, Cabin on King.
Brad Lescalleet also nabbed another large pizza and 2-liter from Shippensburg Pizza Hut for his win in the accuracy contest, as did Brenden Hardy, for his win in the distance contest.
We thank all 20 participants for joining us for the afternoon in Shippensburg Township Park, and hope to see everyone back in the fall.
April 13, 2015
Community Disc Golf Tournament this weekend
The Rotary Club of Shippensburg is once again hosting their semi-annual Community Disc Golf Tournament on Sunday, April 19, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
The tournament is held every April and October at Shippensburg Township Park, 304 Britton Road, Shippensburg.
The main competition will be two rounds on the park's 9-hole Papa Jack's Disc Golf Course, named for the local disc golf legend. Teams of two, will begin play at 3:30 p.m., with a first-place prize of $100, sponsored by Dugan Funeral Home & Crematory. Those who register individually will be paired up before the event.
Shippensburg Pizza Hut is giving a large pizza and 2-liter soft drink as prizes for both the distance and accuracy contests, which will be held immediately after all teams finish play.
Registration for this just-for-fun event is open to everyone of all skill levels, but is limited to 36 disc golfers on a first-come, first-serve basis. Shippensburg Rita's is contributing door prizes for those who pre-register before Sunday's event, but on-site registration will be available from 3:00 to 3:30, space permitting.
Regulation discs are required for play, but custom Discraft tournament discs will be available for purchase for those who are new to the sport or want to take home a memento.
For more information or to register, visit our tournament page or send player names, mailing addresses, e-mail addresses, and phone numbers, to email@example.com.
February 17, 2015
Susan Spicka joins Rotary
Today, the Rotary Club of Shippensburg welcomed new member Susan Spicka to our ranks. Susan is a steadfast advocate of public education as Advocacy Coordinator for Education Voters of Pennsylvania, a non-profit, non-partisan public interest organization. She also gives her time to the SAMS PTO.
December 17, 2014
There’s no better way to welcome the new year than having fun with friends and family. That’s why downtown Shippensburg will be the site of Drop the Anchor festivities again Dec. 31.
The celebration, now in its 15th year, begins at 8 p.m. on King Street between Penn and Fayette. Phantom Shadow will provide entertainment, including a DJ and inflatables for the youngsters. A performance by White Like Fire and big screen TV will also be part of the event, along with carriage rides by Cromer Carriages.
Fun continues until the anchor is dropped and 2015 is officially welcomed at midnight. Cumberland Valley Hose Company has the task of raising and dropping the anchor. The anchor was created by Steve Dolbin, local artist and Shippensburg University faculty member. Sponsors for this year’s holiday tradition include the Rotary Club of Shippensburg, Minnequa Social Club, Hub City Club, Orrstown Bank, Signs Signs, Dr. Gary Davis Family Dentistry, and Knute’s Pub and Grill.
There is no admission charge and hats and noisemakers will be distributed to celebrate the arrival of the New Year.
Drop the Anchor was developed by Shippensburg’s Rotary Club with community partners in 2000 to provide a safe, family oriented celebration for New Year’s Eve.
More information is available here.
November 9, 2014
The Rotary Club of Shippensburg congratulates the winners of the Fall 2014 Shippensburg Community Disc Golf Tournament held Sunday, October 26.
Two teams tied for first place, splitting the $100 first place prize, sponsored by Dugan Funeral Home and Crematory, and the $50 second place prize, sponsored by Modern Artisan Consulting.
Father and son team Greg and Brad Lescalleet, who took first prize a year ago and again last April, shared this event's prizes with rival team Glen Miller and Chris Gwillim. Both teams scored a 54 on two rounds of the 9-hole Papa Jack's Disc Golf Course, in Shippensburg Township Park. The first round was played "best toss," where the play advances from the best position after both teammates throw. The second round was played "alternate toss" where teammates take alternate turns throwing throughout the course.
The accuracy contest was won by Brett Boyd, and the distance contest was won by Brad Lescalleet, who threw for a new tournament record. Shippensburg Pizza Hut provided a prize of a large pizza and 2-liter soda for the winners of both of these contests.
The Shippensburg Rotary Community Disc Golf Tournament is held semi-annually in April and October, and is open to players of all skill levels.