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Jarrett Lane Memorial Golf Tournament
April 13, 2009

Castle Rock Golf and Recreation of Pembroke, Virginia will host a golf tournament in honor of Jarrett Lane, one of the 32 students killed at VA Tech on April 16th, 2007. All proceeds will benefit the Jarrett Lane Memorial Fund and its mission to better the future of deserving youth in Giles County. The tournament will be held on Saturday May 9th, with a tee time of 9:00am. Teams of four will play on one of the area’s most beautiful and challenging golf courses. The registration fee is $300 per team, and teams can register by calling the golf course before May 8th at (540) 626-7276.

Mr. Lane was a senior engineering student at Virginia Tech and a graduate of nearby Narrows High School. He is fondly remembered by many for his fun-loving spirit, success in the classroom and in sports, and friendly attitude. Deeply involved in his community in Giles County and at VA Tech, it is no surprise that the community continues to honor Mr. Lane’s legacy. After his death, the Lane family established the Jarrett Lane Memorial Fund to accept donations made in Mr. Lane’s honor. In addition to the already established college scholarships, the Lane family has a vision to provide students financial assistance with various academic, athletic and leadership development programs. “Jarrett participated in many programs from summer camps and recreational sports, to Governor’s School and the gifted program, with each having a positive impact on his character,” stated his sister Alicia Lane-Farrell, “we want to embrace his legacy by giving other youth the same opportunities.”

For more information about the Jarrett Lane Golf Tournament, or to register for the event, please contact Castle Rock Golf and Recreation at (540) 626-7276. To learn more about the Jarrett Lane Memorial Fund, please visit

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