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Girls golfers in third place


The Cedar Springs Lady Red Hawks competed in two Ok Bronze Jamborees this past week finishing 3rd at Cedar Chase with a team score of 197 and 4th at Highlands with a 205. Bre White carded scores of 50 and 50, Conner White 48 and 52, Marisa Morales 45 and 53, Julie Schut 58 and a season best 50, Alyssa Keaton 54 and 57, and Alysha Chaney 60 and 60.

“This is a very competitive conference so we are excited to be in 3rd place right now,” said Bre White. The Red Hawks have one more jamboree Monday to wrap up the regular season.

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Golf outing fundraiser for library


The Friends of the Cedar Springs Library are hosting a golf outing (18-hole scramble) to help raise funds for a new library.

The golf outing will be held Saturday, September 14, at Cedar Chase, and will include a sizzler steak dinner. Registration starts at 8 a.m. and golf starts at 9 a.m. The cost is $75.

Hole sponsorship is $50 and includes a sign with your company name on a hole.

For more info, call the library at 696-1910 or Chris at (616) 293-5131.

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Thank you


Thank you to Cedar Chase and everyone who participated to this great cause, the Joel Stone Scholarship. A big thanks and hugs goes to Duke Saboo, Tom Cargill and Nick Pope for organizing this event. It was great to see a lot of Joel’s friends. Thanks to the businesses who made donations. Also thank you to family & friends for their donations, Grandma Del, Uncle Ger, Aunt Lisa, Aunt Jo, Cousin Mick, Rodney, Jeremy & Jenny, & Lisa Snyder.

Hope to see all of you next year.

The Stones

 

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Kent Theatre golf outing


The winning team from the 2011 Kent Theatre Golf Outing at Cedar Chase Golf Club. L to R : Nick Thome, Jim Emmorey, Tom Matecun, Eric Emmorey.

The 11th Annual Kent Theatre Golf Outing, held on July 9 at the Cedar Chase Golf Club, was a great success. With sunny weather in the high 80s, 60 golfers teed off with the dream of a lot of fun and a lot of great shots. When introduced just prior to the start of the round, last year’s $10,000 Hole-In-One winner, Frank Pelak, was cheered by the entire field.

A dozen volunteers catered to the golfers, and the personnel at Cedar Chase provided a great course and a great dinner for all.

This year’s highlight was a runaway victory by the Jim Emmorey team, coming in at 16 under par in the 4-person scramble format. No one won the Hole-In-One Contest this time, but there’s always next year!

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Rotary golf outing


First place team Choice One Investments.

The 2011 Annual Rotary Golf Outing brought out a rousing group of area golfers on Wednesday, July 20. The event was hosted by Cedar Chase Golf Course and the major sponsor was Vander Hyde Ford who donated a Hole-in-One Prize Package on all four par three holes. Sixty-eight men and women participated in a scramble format with Choice One Investments winning the tournament with a score of 16 under par. The winning team consisted of Larry Wheeler, Ray Averill, Cindy Watson, and Don Christy. Other prize winners included Sara Dryer with women’s longest drive, Brian Talbot, men’s longest drive and closest-to-the-pin, and Larry Wheeler with the longest putt.

“The Rotary Club is grateful for the tremendous support of area residents and businesses. It appeared everyone had a great time with the cloud overcast creating perfect weather conditions. All profits from this tournament will be put back into the community on various Rotary service projects,” reported Mark Gebhardt, Event Chairman.

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