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PIGGY BANK GOLF TOURNEY
SETS NEW RECORDS

March 27,2006.

  • A new record of 168 golfers braved the elements at the Timber Creek golf course (Sun City Roseville)

  • The event added $5,500 (also a new record) to the Elks Major Project.
    (Click link for information on CALIFORNIA-HAWAII ELKS MAJOR PROJECT, INC.)

The event was oversold so in order to accommodate the additional 24 golfers who signed up, we planned to have those folks play the 9-Hole Sierra Pines golf course twice to make up the 18 holes that the other 144 people were playing at the main golf course.

The sky broke loose and the rain came after most players finished 9 to 12 holes, although several of the Sierra Pines players finished their 18 holes as they started a little earlier.

As a result, the competition was reduced to 9-holes for groups on both golf courses and the pictures and the names of the winners are shown. Timber Creek Golf Pro Mark Gouger appears in all the pictures. Winning foursomes received rounds of golf donated by local golf courses.

An additional 50 people who did not play golf enjoyed a Chicken & Ribs dinner prepared by Chef Rob. Over 50 raffle prizes were awarded to lucky winners.

The list of donors is shown here. It would be appreciated if Elks who visit these merchants would thank these merchants, as our tournament would not be successful without their support.

These prizes were obtained 26 Elks who epitomize our theme, Elks Care.Elks Share!!

Jim Aubrey, Jim Babb, Gene Barth, Bill Bickell, Jerry Cassidy, Tom Derner, Hank Derner, George & Marcia Dunham, Chuck Flora, Joe Halstead, Phil Hazelwood, Gene Hogue, Harry Hopton, Herschell & Glenna Johnson, Dick Kay, Dan Kygar, Frank Laurinitis, Darrell Lininger, Don Luttrell, Frank Nelson, Don Segale, Del Stephenson, Ed & Pam Underwood, Bill Vawter, Joe Wagner & Paul Williams

Fellow Elks!! We encourage you to support those who support us, by frequenting these establishments. Don't forget to thank them for their contributions on behalf of the Elks Major Project!