Ballard High School Foundation's 3rd Annual Dinner of Champions and Golf Classic set for August 24 and 25

Captain Sig Hansen of 'Deadliest Catch' will be a featured guest speaker

When: Sunday, August 24
4:00 p.m.

What:The Dinner of Champions is followed by the 14th Annual Ballard High School Foundation Golf Classic Monday, August 25, honoring John & Shawn Goodman and The Goodman Foundation supporting the Ballard High School Athletic and Music Programs

Where: The Golf Club at Newcastle

Captain Sig Hansen, born in Seattle, Washington, is a first generation American, a fourth generation fisherman, and one of the featured Captains on Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch. He began commercial fishing at age 14 under the watchful eye of his father. After graduating from high school, he began fishing year-round, spending on average 10 months per year in Alaska.

At 22, Sig started relieving captains on the Northwestern. As one of the youngest captains in the fleet, Sig knew he had to either show results or get replaced. By 26, he began serving full time as the Captain of the Northwestern.

Over the years, the Northwestern has been a top producer with an excellent safety record. The Northwestern has never had any loss of life or serious injuries in the history of its operation and Captain Sig is proud of being able to carry on that flawless record started by his father. For the last 20 years he has delivered not only the crab, but his entire fleet safely. Sig considers this his greatest accomplishment for one of the world's most dangerous occupations.

Sig is the current Captain and Co-owner of the Northwestern, working with his two brothers, co-owner Edgar Hansen (Deck Boss) and Norman Hansen (Deck Hand).

Tickets
$75/person or $750/table of 10
Young Beaver tickets $40/person or $400/table of 10
See registration for details.

If you are golfing in the BHSF Golf Classic on Monday,
your registration includes two seats at the Dinner of Champion

Register online.
For more information, contact Dick Lee at rjlee@seattleschools.org.

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