Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Glade Sun

August 14, 2013

Art Guild golf tourney a great success

CROSSVILLE — We all had a great time and I’m happy to announce that we cleared enough from our sponsors to fund our children’s programs for 2014. In addition to those programs, we will be able to give $2,000 in scholarship funds to a deserving high school senior.

The Low Gross Winners in the Mixed Division were: Dan Richardson, Jean Roise, Brenda Davis and Elliot Kornreich, with a total of 142.

The second Low Gross Winners in the Mixed Division were: Scott and Theresa Maher, Jim and Ginger Edwards, with a total of 150.

The Low Net Winners in the Mixed Division were: Bill and Elaine Walker, Larry and Diannia Henderson, with a total of 108.

The second Low Net Winners in the Mixed Division were: Charlie and Jo Huber, Mike and Louise Bury, with a total of 118.

The Low Gross Winners in the Woman’s Division were: Renee Guenther, Sandi Barth, Fran Hopp and Chris Kencitzski, with a total of 143.

The second Low Gross Winners in the Woman’s Division were: Shirley Green, Marjori Sue Allen, Barbara Campbell and Pat Harris, with a total of 152.

The Low Net Winners in the Woman’s Division were: Jeani Miller, Jo Ann Faulds, Janet Taylor and Susan Summers, with a total of 112.

The Second Low Net Winners in the Woman’s Division were: Linda Phillips, Jackie Groat, Pat Vercautren and Gail Kelly, with a total of 113.

The Low Gross Winners in the Men’s Division were: Don Rainey, Doug Raker, Dave McElroy and Larry Spahr, with a total of 152.

The Low Net Winners in the Men’s Division were: John Smith, Jerry Badgerow, Ed Seely and Jim Legg, with a total of 107.

Special gifts were awarded to the closest to the hole on seven and 13, plus closest to the line on hole five. These winners in the Men’s Division were: John Smith and Ed Seely on hole 13; Jim Hodge and Larry Henderson on hole seven; Mike Bury and Bill Kirkpatrick on hole five. For the Woman’s Division the winners were: Pat Harris and Brenda Davis on hole 13; Ginger Edwards and Susan Summers on hole seven; Susan Summers and Brenda Davis on hole five.

We really appreciate the participation of all the members of the Art Guild that helped make this such a success. Thank You to all our wonderful sponsors, without you this event would not be possible. We plan on holding this event again next year, see you there!

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