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September 4, 2013

GLENMORE: Ward the Labor Day champ at the MCC

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RICHMOND —

Labor Day Scramble at Arlington

Eighty players participated in this annual scramble at Arlington.

There was an Open Division with men participating and a mixed division with couples.  

The winners in the Open Division were Clay Lake, Roy Cox, Jeff Flynn, and Mike Scott with a score of 63. Second place with a score of 64 was the team of Mike Blanton, Homer Strong, Byron Perkins and Tom Waterbury.

In the Mixed Division, the winning team was Stan and Verda Wylie, Jim and Pam Johnson with a score of 64. Second went to the team of Ron and Barbara Saia, Warfield and Delores Miller.

It was a wonderful day on a beautiful golf course and enjoyed by all!

Special thanks to Patrick Williams for the info.

CVNB outing

On Aug. 16, 76 golfers teed it up in the Cumberland Valley National Bank’s annual outing at The Bull at Boone’s Trace.

It was a beautiful day for golf.

The winning team with a 55 was Jeff Weaver, Steve Chesnut, Joe Curry, Raymond Turner and Andy Burns. Two teams tied for Second Place with scores of 56.  They were: Andrew Cooper, Daniel Cheshire, J.R. Greer, Corey and Josh McGlothin; and Winston Griffin, Matt Stone, Sheila Kalas, Todd Wood and David Warren.

In the special events, the closest to the pin honors went to: Ladies No. 4 — Janet French; Men No. 17 – Daniel Cheshire.  Longest drive for women was Sheila Kalas and for the men Jamie Norvell.

There were beverages on the course and a delicious buffet after play prepared by the staff at The Bull. The tournament director, Tom Giacchini, had things moving smoothly.

It was another fun outing that the Cumberland Valley National Bank provides for their customers every year. It is one of my favorite tournaments to play in but this year I had another commitment.

Ouch!

Thanks to Tim Stephens for the info.

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