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Register now to join the fun at the 2021 GO-WV Spring Swing Golf Outing on Monday, June 7, at Berry Hills Country Club in Charleston.

Activities begin at 9:00 a.m. with registration and a continental breakfast.  The four-person scramble golf tournament features a shotgun start at 10:00 a.m.  Lunch will be served during the round at the turn by the club house; awards and door prize drawings will take place at 3:00 p.m. 

Thanks to our sponsors, there is no charge to players for door prizes, breakfast, lunch or the snack and beverage cart.  There will be a gift for all players.

Mulligans and red tees will be available for purchase.

Berry Hills Country Club permits soft spikes and requires collared shirts.  Jeans and cargo pants are not allowed. 

There will be skill prizes for the golfers and door prize drawings!   Please know this GO-WV event will be following all applicable COVID-19 rules, including social distancing and the wearing of masks, according to guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and executive orders from West Virginia’s governor.

The GO-WV Spring Swing Golf Outing will attract many decision makers in our industry in a setting that allows the participants to mix, mingle and network.  As a leader in our industry, you recognize the importance of supporting GO-WV, and the benefits of promoting your company’s image.  Not only will you want to attend this great event, but you may want to get even more recognition as a sponsor.

By becoming a Spring Swing sponsor, your company will receive special recognition throughout the industry by coverage during the event, in GO-WV News, on gowv.com and on sponsor boards posted throughout the meeting venue.  Diamond Event Sponsors can post their company banner at their sponsored event. 

The GO-WV Safety Subcommittee, in cooperation with the WVU Safety and Health Extension program, is offering a train-the-trainer hand safety titled “HandSafe for the Oil and Gas Employee,” is centered on struck-by and caught-between hazards, job safety analysis, hand and finger injuries and hazard assessments created for the high-hazard oil and gas industry.

Each training date features a four-hour course divided into eight training modules. The modules cover: hand and finger facts; all about OSHA; safety culture; hand and finger hazards; personal protective equipment; machine guarding, tools and lockout tagout; job safety analysis; and hand safety and injury prevention for the oilfield indus- try.

The first seminar is scheduled for Thursday, May 20, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Bridgeport Country Club.

The second seminar is scheduled for Thursday, May 27, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Berry Hills Country Club in Charleston.

Since this is a train-the-trainer event, registration is limited to 25 people at each session.

Lunch is included in the $75 per person registration fee. All CDC guidelines and state orders will be followed including wearing face masks and social distancing.

If you have any questions, please contact Lori Miller Smith at (304) 344-9867.

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