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November 6, 2012

GLENMORE: Colonels take third in final fall event

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RICHMOND —

Day-Night Scramble at BGAD out of sight!

Twenty brave souls teed it up in the Day-Night Scramble at the Pioneer Golf Course at BGAD last Friday night.

They teed it up in daylight at 5:30 p.m. and played nine holes then stopped, ate dinner and finished the event in the dark using glow balls and flagsticks.

Hoisting the flag of victory was the team of Randy and Phillip Clowers, Tim Diddel and Doug Richardson with an 11-under par. Second place went to Nick and Mike Bowling and Gary Rowland with a 9-under par.

Two teams tied for third at 7-under par.

I didn’t find out what kind of antifreeze the winning team used as it was a brrr cold night. Manager Roger Van Winkle wanted to say thanks to all you good people who braved the cold to make sure the show went on.

Special thanks to Ms Karryl Tolle, CIV USAMC, for the info.

Great Halloween Party at MCC

On Friday, October 26, the old Madison Country Club came alive with a fantastic Halloween Party.

More than 60 revelers showed up for a crazy night of not acting their age (thank goodness) and letting their hair down. Over half of them were in costumes.

Chairwoman Grace Robertson won the overall best costume prize with the mythical Phoenix bird costume. Randy and Daphne Jewell won the most original as the Turtleman and Earl.

Charley Marcum won the funniest costume award as Scooby Doo. I wore a genuine cat wig designed by my hair stylist, Mary Hall. It came from two years of brushing my cat, Scamper.

Everyone enjoyed the appetizers and dancing in the fog-filled room to the music of the Music Medics. The decorations were fabulous with a scary creature guarding the entrance and more inside.

Grace Robertson, with help from daughter Nicole Robertson, Jen Harrison and Haley Weiderman, presented one fine party at the old fun club.

Mahalo to all of you for working so hard to see that we all had one unforgettable night.  

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