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6C Wednesday, April 25, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter bat[ GOLF RESULTS Mt. Huff Golf season is in full swing at Mr. Huff Golf Course. Thursday, April 19, was the first of the year scramble. The evening was beautiful and the golf course is coming' along very nicely. There were five full teams, eager to hit the links. The team of Ron Ridge, Jim Bryant, Margie Joseph, Darel Joseph and Bill McRoberts came in first at a whopping 6 under while the team of Dick Dalton, Lance Mortenson, Ralph Cote and Greg Stevens came in sec- ond. " Closest to the pin Margie Joseph and the longest drive went to Greg Stevens. The scrambles will be held every Thursday evening (weather permitting) with check-in starting at 4:30 p.m. and tee off at 5 p.m. You don't need a group, just come on out and we will make sure you are with a great bunch of people. Ralph is starting his Wednesday morning scram- ble with check-in at 9:30 a.m. We are. also having the World Famous Big-6 Tourna- ment April 28. Call the club (284-6300) for more' informa- tion. We hope to see you out; we will have lots of things planned. Graeagle Men's Golf Association We're back (at least some of us) and the Graeagle Men's Golf Assqciation sea- son has started hot. The course is quite dry and playable thanks to a dry win- ter and good continual work on the course by the grounds crews. There is a full calendar of events lined up for this year. The-men's group of straight talkers (aka "The Bandits") opened the course Friday, April 20. Jim Reynolds burnt up the course with a great round of 78; he's setting the bar high for the rest of us but he has always been good with the bar. Our usual Mort: day Madness is starting right away, followed with Wednes- day men's day and then Fri- day matches. For those who want no rest there are Tues- day travel team matches starting soon. There are many great golf events this year. Just to men- tion a few major events:May 12 there is the mixed couples foursome tournament with dinner; May 16 there is the members breakfast meeting and four-man scramble; May 30 - June 2 there is the Graeagle Men's Invitational and this is just the start of the season. A complete list- ing of the golf events is post- ed at the clubhouse or it is available on the Graeagle men's website. So make short order of your yar d work and head to the course for a fun-packed season. H6pe to see you all soon. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the in- formation to sport@plumasnews.com by Friday at 3 p.m. Chester's Emily LaGroue connects with the ball in the Volcanoes 13-2 loss to Maxwell April 18. Photo by Tony Cordero i fShowroom Floor models and burn models on SALE now. All fireplace tools and accessories on sale Featured Products: * Lopi Fireplace Xtrordinair Quadrafire * Heat:n-Glo Heatilator The Graeagle Men's Golf Association has a lot of fun events planned for this,year. Members opened the season last Friday, April 20: Photo submitted EcoChoice Regency Vermont Castings I Fireplace Distributors of Nevada, Inc. 8521 White Fir St. Reno, NV 89523 775-747-1346 Hours: M-F 9:00 am - 4:30 pm Sat. 9:00 am - 2:00 pm www.fireptacenv.com NV Lic 15309 CA Lic. 862648 REO Corner Listings Forecloser/Bank owned properties 4 bed/2.5 bath home in Portola. Landscaped lot. Owner may carry. MLS200900822. $179,000. Kehr/O Brlen Real Estate Chandler Real Estate- May 5 Quincy Rotary's llth annu- al golf tournamem is sched- uled for Saturday, May 5, at Plumas Pines Golf Course in Graeagle. Registration begins at 10 a.m., followed by a shotgun stirt at 11 a.m. After golf, there will be hors d'oeuvres, prize drawings and an awards presentation. There will be first and sec- ond place awards for the low- est scoring teams, and lots of extra contests to test golfers' skills and luck. Three hole-imone prizes are also featured. A $5,000 prize on the llth hole is sponsored by Plumas Bank and Les Schwab Tire in Quin- cy, a $5,000 prize on the 15th' hole is sponsored by Steven King of Edward Jones Invest- ing and Flanigan Leavitt GOLF TOURNAMENTS Insurance. and a 2012 Polaris Sportsman ATV prize on the third h01e is sponsored by DuPont Power Tools and Piz- za Factory in Quincy. The Clay Dyrr Memorial cash prizes will also be awarded. Registration auto- matically creates eligibility to win one of four $100 cash prizes drawn after tourna- ment play. This player-only bonus is sponsored by John and Kathy Fehrman and Mike and Keri Taborski. Registration for the four- person ,scramble is $100 per golfer and includes golf, cart, lunch and hors d'oeuvres. Entry deadline is April 27, or limited to the first 144 players. Individuals, pairs and teams are all welcome.. Mail a check with golfer's' names and mailing addresses to: Quincy Rotary Club, 546 Lawrence St., Quincy, CA 95971. For more information, call Mike Taborski at 283-0800 or email mtaborski@plumas news.com. May 12 The 12th annual Horses Unlimited charity golf tour- nament will be held Satur- day, May 12, at Plumas Pines Golf Resort. Registration begins at 10 a.m. and the shotgun start is at noon. There will be two flights, each with its own format. Flight No. 1 will be a four- person team scramble, and Flight No. 2 will be a four- person team playing low net best balls. Partial teams and singles will be matched up. by Plumas Pines. The event is. )00)w!ummm) 2br, 2ba charmer on 9.06 acres, AG well, equipment barn & morel Standish. $199,000. See Lassen Blocks from downtown Quincy. 2 bd., I ha: $124,900. See Coldwell Banker Pioneer Realty Shady Pines 3br/2ba Move In Ready mobile with Deck. Owner will Flnancel $30,000. See Town & Country, Quincy limited to 80 golfers, and Players are encouraged to register by April 27. The tax-deductible entry fee is $100 per person and in- cludes green fee, cart and one ticket to Longboards' after- golf appetizer buffet. Non- golfers can buy a buffet ticket for $15. There will,also, be a no-h0st bar and silent auction, and prize drawmgs will be awarded during the scoring. Enter: by April 27 and re- ceive a free bucket of range balls. A $10,000 cash prize will be awarded for a hole-in-one, to be divided equally between the player and Horses Unlim- ited. There will a'lso be $750, $500 and $250 hole-in-one gift certificates from Plumas Pines Pro Shop. Checks can be made payable to H.U.I. and mailed to Shirley Leschinsky, P.O. Box 3500, Quincy. CA 95971. For more information, call 277-5446 or email events4u2sl@gmail.com.. June 16 Sierra Hospice will be of- fering its second annual Good Grief Golf Tournament Saturday, June 16, at Bailey Creek Golf Course. The event will feature en- try gifts and hole-in-one con- tests, prizes include a 2012 Polaris RZR, $5,000 and $10,000 in cash. There will be lots of prize drawings and tri- tip will be the lunch entree. Additional lunch ticketsmay be purchased for $15 each. The registration structu.re allows golfers to register in- dividually, in pairs or four- somes. The event will raise funds to support a variety of hos- pice programs such as child anal adult bereavement camps, equipment loan pro- grams, cancer support groups and the ability to provide no-cost end-of-life care to patients and their families. .People with questions about the tournament or the Sierra Hospice organization should call office manager Shirley Canalia at 258-3412. Sierra Hospice is a non- profit 501(c)(3) organization that is financially dependent on fundraisers and dona- tions. To have a charitable golf tournainent listed on this cal- endar, el.all the information to sports@plumasnews.com or fax it to 283-3952.