18th Annual Golf Tournament - Cancelled

July 31, 2020

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Due to the current crisis within our community, the DJDPMSF Board of Directors, with great sadness, has chosen to canceled our annual golf tournament; originally set for July 31, 2020.

We did not feel comfortable reaching out to businesses that have been affected by this pandemic and asking them for sponsorships or donations.  In fact, we personally reached out to the sponsors that already registered (and paid) and offered them a refund, a credit for next year's golf tournament, or to allow us to keep the money as a donation.

We will be back next year and are already making arrangements and plans for the bigger and better 2021 Golf Tournament, July 30, 2021, so put it on your calendar and watch for future emails to register when we are ready to accept registrations.

** Please stay tuned for announcements regarding what we plan to do in place of our annual tournament & how you can participate. **

Special Thanks to the Following Sponsors 

The following sponsors have allowed us to keep their 2020 registration funds as a donation.

  • Wayne Jackson
  • Pride Auto Care, Al, Dwight, & Vince Pridemore 
  • Silver Reef Organic Farms, Greg Schreiner
  • ColoradoScapes, Inc, Jake & Nikki Willett
  • Steve & Tammy Maccalous
  • Sandy Mossman
  • Bill Rezek


The following sponsor also needs to be recognized. They will be re-purposing fees to help the community in other ways during this pandemic.

  • IREA, Jim Anest - refund and making contribution to Parker Task Force in our Foundation's name


Even though our event has been postponed, we have selected two recipients for scholarships this year and notified them via Zoom and are currently making arrangements to get checks to them.  These students will be invited to the 2021 event so that we can celebrate them just like all of our recipients in the past.


  • Jacob Skelton, Ponderosa - $4,000 VoTech Scholarship
  • Josie Martus, Mountain Vista - $4,000 Higher Education Scholarship


We still appreciate any and all support of the Debbie Jackson & Darrell Pridemore Memorial Scholarship Foundation. Your donation will support the Debbie Jackson & Darrell Pridemore Memorial Scholarship Foundation's continued commitment to Douglas County High School Seniors.

The Debbie Jackson Memorial Scholarship was originally created in 1986 by Bunny and Wayne Jackson in memory of their daughter Debbie who died after a long and courageous battle with cancer in 1985 at the age of 24. Debbie was diagnosed with cancer when she was a senior at Columbine High School in Littleton.

In 2005, the Debbie Jackson Memorial Scholarship Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization was created to support the original scholarship that was given out at Columbine United Church and to add 2 additional scholarships for Douglas County students.

In 2007, the Board of Directors voted to remove the original scholarship from Columbine United Church and increase the amount on the Douglas County Scholarships to $2,500. Later in 2007, the Board voted again this time to increase the amount of the scholarships to $3,000 and add a third scholarship. These scholarships help students with some of the costs associated with attending college.

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 intergral part of the Parker community fo many years. Darrell's daughter Mallory, was one of the 2016 scholarship recipients.

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