The Debbie Jackson & Darrell Pridemore Memorial Scholarship

The Debbie Jackson & Darrell Pridemore Memorial Scholarship was originally setup by Bunny and Wayne Jackson in memory of their daughter who died at the young age of 24 after a long and courageous battle with cancer. She never gave up and never let it get her down even though she was diagnosed with it at a very young age.

The foundation is proud to assist students in the memory of wonderful caring people such as Debbie Jackson & Darrell Pridemore. In November 2016, the foundation expanded to include the Pridemore family who have been an active supporter of the Debbie Jackson & Darrell Pridemore Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament for years. Darrell Pridemore battled cancer for seven years, passing away in July 2016.

The Pridemore’s own and operate the Pride Auto Care shops in the south metro area and have been a committed and integral part of the Parker community for many years. Darrell’s daughter, Mallory, was one of the 2016 scholarship recipients. Each of the last several years, our foundation has given out a whopping $16,0000 (4 – $4000 each) scholarships to Douglas County High School seniors.

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Please join the Debbie Jackson Memorial Scholarship Foundation Board of Directors in this event to raise money for these kids along with having a great day on the golf course!

About The Golf Tournament 

This is our 17th Annual Charity Tournament in support of the Debbie Jackson & Darrell Pridemore Memorial Scholarship Foundation.

We hope to attract golfers from across the state as well as businesses. You are welcome to participate in this golf tournament regardless of your golfing ability or experience. Playing is not the only way to participate in this exciting tournament. We offer a variety of opportunities for sponsorship.

We are very excited this year to once again host our tournament at Plum Creek Golf Club and look forward to the experience that this course will add to our event!