Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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July 7, 2014

K of C annual golf tournament a huge success

CROSSVILLE — Knights of Columbus Council 8152 held their annual Charity Golf Tournament June 11, at the Bear Trace Golf Course for a 12:30 p.m. start.

The beautiful summer like day was enjoyed by a field of 35 teams who came out to support the many charities the Knights of Columbus support in Cumberland County. 

At the conclusion of golf, all gathered at the Knights of Columbus Hall for a delicious dinner prepared by Knight Don Mora and his crew.  The distribution of door prizes, individual and team awards, and silent auction results followed.                                                                                                                                                                    The tournament was divided into three men’s flights and one women’s flight after play, with first- and second-place winners in each flight.

The first flight was won by Mike O’Hara, Pat O’Hara, Danny Loun and Pat Doran scoring a 61. Second place went to Ron Cartwright, Don Rigano, Greg Rausch and Scott Carson with a 62.

The second flight winners were Tim Brown, Hank McCormick, Ron Henry and Frank Pietrick with a 66. Ed Mayo, Bruce Jodarski, Terry Burgess and Russ Burdette were second with a 66.

The third flight winners were Dave Finnel, Ed Day, John Brey and Bob Schaffer with 71. Don Chrobot, Rich Grant, Bob Citkovic and Mike Rideout finished second with a 71. 

First place in the women’s flight was won by Ann Hall, Cindy Stamps, Linda Lamberton and Ronda Huddleston with a 68, with second place going to Barb Colombo, Suzanne Harris, Barbara Reed and Kathleen Shaikh with a 79.

All ties were broken using a scorecard playoff to determine team position.

The closest to the pin contest for men was won by Mike O’Hara and for the women by Ronda Huddleston. The most accurate drive for men was won by Pat O’Hara and for women by Linda Lamberton.

Tournament co-chairmen Shelton Johnson, Larry Lanzerotti, and John Kopmeier wish to thank all those who helped make this tournament such a success.

Silver hole sponsors were Crossville Heating and Cooling, LLC; Crossville Tile Outlet Store and Hilliard Lyons.

Bronze hole sponsors were A-1 Auto Repair, Action Heating and Cooling, Benco Sales, Inc.; Berkshire Hathaway Homes, Bilbrey Funeral Home, Inc., Brown Insurance Group, Budget Blinds, Crye-Leike Brown Realty, Cumberland Eye care, Dave Kirk Automotive, Donald G. Hooie DDS, Eco Travel Plaza, Fairfield Homes/Glade Realty, Fairfield Glade Beauty Shop, Fairfield Glade Hearing Center, First National Bank of Tennessee, Flowers Foods, Frank’s Tax Service, Gondola Pizza House, Hampton Inn, Happy Hound Realty, Highland Federal Savings and Loan, J&R Services, Jan’s Wine and Liquor, Jones Brothers Construction, Knights Roofing, Lefty’s Barbeque, Leisure Kraft Pontoons, Mid-South Distributing, Middle Tennessee Natural Gas, Red’s Ale House, Romo’s Mexican Restaurant, S&S Siding Supply, Inc.; Shadden Tire South, St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, State Farm Insurance, Tad L. Parvin DDS, Taylor, Bilyeu and Co, CPA’s, The Brass lantern, Tony’s place, Tri-County Equipment, Turney Financial Group, Vincent P. Longobardo, DPM, W.E. Mayberry & Sons LLC, Wyatt Builders, Peter Staab, Jackie Yoesting, Aniballi-Ginther, Paul Starr, Robert Diller and  one anonymous sponsor.

We would like to thank our donors of team door prizes, gift bag items, prize drawing items and food and beverages: Boston’s Restaurant, Cancun’s, Carol at Megan’s Barbershop, Chestnut Hill Winery, East Tennessee Chrysler Dodge, Express Lunch, Dave Finnel, Fairfield Glade Golf-Steve Kraft, Cumberland Medical Center, US Bank, PJ’s NASCAR Outlet, The Rusty Rooster,  Zaxby’s, Las Margaritas, John and Mary Kopmeier,  Stonehaus Winery, Save A Lot, Gateway Chiropractic Clinic, United Grocers,  Genesis Italian Grille, Golf Capital Learning Center (Greg Wyatt), Medard Kaluska, Jacqueline’s Boutique, Miller Coors Brewing Co., Tom and Mary Anna Teall, O’Charleys Restaurant, D&D Liquor,  Ed and Carolyn Mayo, Food City, Family Ties Restaurant, Nailtique Nail Salon, Peter and Betty Staab, Peavine Roadhouse, Wendy’s, Restaurants, Mortgage Investors, Hair Divas, BaLou Furniture Gallery, Pizza Hut, Rollie Wicker, Wilson’s Paint and Decorating,  Wal-Mart, Gernt Insurance, Rocky Top 10 Cinema, Forte’s Restaurant, Patty and Shelton Johnson, Big Boys BBQ, The Feed Store, Cancun Restaurant, Super 8 Motel, Villa Pizza, Mike Wilkiel, Happy Hound Realty and Dairy Queen-Main St. Crossville.

The annual charity golf tournament sponsored by Knights of Columbus Council 8152 supports local charities including Avalon, House of Hope, Hospice, County School Supply Depot, Hilltoppers, Plateau Pregnancy Services, Peavine Care Center, Kids Inc., and St. Alphonsus Community Services (SACS).

The Crossville Knights of Columbus want to thank each Participant in this event for their support. We are grateful to all our volunteers. Our tournament would not be a success without the help of all of the players, volunteer workers, and businesses.

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