|?Golfers raise nearly $2,300 for United Way Community Care Fund|
|Written by Administrator|
|Wednesday, 08 October 2008 00:00|
Almost $2,300 was raised by 47 golfers during the United Way of Scott County’s sixth annual golf scramble held on Sunday, September 27.
The funds they raised benefit the Community Care Fund of the United Way, which supports numerous health and human service programs and organizations in Scott County.
The first place team, which scored 15 under par, was Scott Memorial Hospital’s team of James Vaughn, Tisha Vaughn, Jason Vaughn and Kenny Brown. They took top honors with a combined score of 55. In second place were Tim Edwards, Jim Felix, Jeff West and Eric Meyers, members of the Wal-Mart Distribution Center team. They scored a 58.
Third place went to last year’s winners, John Newmister, Dick Stark, Darrel Day and Ransum Caldwell, who also scored a 58.
Organizers with the United Way expressed their appreciation to the businesses and individuals for their donations, which ensured another successful golf scramble. Supporters included Martin Insurance Agency, which donated a $10,000 hole-in-one prize. Hole sponsors were Austin Tri-Hawk Automotive Inc., Blue and Company, Buchanan Funeral Home, Cerro Wire and Cable Co., Downing, Roberts and Downing, Houston and Thompson P.C., Jay C. Food Store, Multi-Color Corp., Saegesser Engineering, The Scott County State Bank, Scott Memorial Hospital, Scottsburg Building and Loan Association, Stamper Tax and Accounting and Wal-Mart Distribution Center.
Those donating door prizes, food and volunteers were American Steel Cord/Hyosung, AVI Foodsystems, Cozy Acres Golf Course, Hampton Inn, Jay C Food Store, Louisville Zoo, Pepsi Americas, Scott County Community Foundation, The Scott County State Bank, Scott County Family YMCA, Scott Memorial Hospital and Wal-Mart Distribution Center.
“The United Way campaign committee would like to thank Westwood Golf Course, local businesses and members of the community for their generosity in contributing to the success of this year’s scramble,” said Kathleen Julian, campaign chairman. “We would especially like to thank the large number of volunteers we had this year, including our board members and campaign committee.”
United Way of Scott County has currently raised $16,020 toward the 2008 campaign goal of $225,000.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 October 2008 15:57|