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2@ Wednesday, June 6, 2001 Bulletin, Pro( Mile Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club Although the summer sol- stice is still some weeks hence, unseasonably warm temperatures lured out 37 members of the Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club on Thursday, May 31, to test their skills on fairways and greens. As it was the last Thursday of the month, Ace of Aces was again the format. The results are as follows: Overall low gross winner with 86 was Carol Miller; the overall low net winners tied at 65 were Jeanne Reinhardt, Helene Spitzer and Gayle Stockman. The remaining field was flighted and the results were: Flight 1: Low gross first place with 94 was Kathy Sipel; second place with 100 was Denise Stein. Low net: first place with 70 was Linda Bilger; second place with 73 was Gigi McClure. Flight 2: low gross first place with 104 was Romie Girolamo; second place with 108 was Connie Diggins. Low net first place with 73 was Dink Rife; second place with 77 was Phyllis Huff. Flight 3: low gross first place with 103 was Hank Echols; second place with 112 was Esther Rimbault. Low net first place with 75 was Joan Conyers; second place with 77 was Margaret Cham- berlin. Flight 4: low gross first place with 116 was Mary Ca- nine; second place with 118 was Lois Coffman. Low net first place with 77 was Molly Magee; second place with 80 was Marcey Smith. The next three weeks are the Captain's Cup tourna- ment, which is match play and therefore an elimination process. The final scores will not be available until June 27. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club The Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club held their first round of the Captain's Cup for the 2001 season. The win- hers were: Priscilla Piper, low gross over the field with an 80; Judy Meagher, low net over the field with a 63; and Lynn Loustalot was low gross and Kathy Sipel was low net in the fLrst flight. Mary Stonebraker was low gross and Diane Trainor was low net in the second flight. Mt. Huff Golf Club These are the results of the May 30 scramble: First place: Mary Heard, Ray Mathes, Ken Butterfield and Jerry and Barbara Quam. Second: Rita Marshall, Merlin Allingham,Bob McE1- man and Bob Orange. Third: Barbara Rhine- hart,Lois Butterfield,Gene Kanniainen, Ted Morgan and Don Rhinehart. Chip-in won by Rita Mar- shall. Lake Almanor West Women's Golf Club The May 31 game was Las Vegas Amigos--best ball of partners, each hole. Rose Hart came in first with a gross score of 62. Four players tied for fourth with a 63. They were: Jo Knudsen, Barbara Rolland, Sharon Auge and Carolyn Willhoit. Sally WeUer came in third with a 64. There were no chip- ins or birdies. A brief meet- ing was held during lunch and it was decided to donate $50 to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.. The winners of the May 10 par fours were: First flight: first, Barbara Rolland; second, Betty Dun- can; third, Toni Froese and Linda Kluge. Second flight: first, Deanie Ryerson; second, Carol Regimbal; and third, Gall Newton. Barbara Rolland had five birdies. Linda Kluge, Bet- ty Duncan and Petra Bush each had one birdie. Yvonne Kehr and Barbara Rolland had chip-ins. Barbara RoD land had the fewest putts. Par points was the game May 17. The winners were: First flight: first, Jo Knud- sen; second, Julie Azevedo; and third, Betty Duncan. Second flight: first, Ardythe Coad; second, Rober- ta Carlson and Carolyn Will- holt. Yvorme Kehr had a chip- in and a birdie. Jo Knudsen had a birdie and Carolyn Willhoit had the fewest putts. The May 24 game was Best Nine. The winners were: First flight: first, Barbara Rolland; second, Julie Azeve- do; and third, Linda Kluge. flight: first, Ardythe Coad; second, Betty Duncan; and third, Rose Hart. Carolyn Willhoit had a birdie and Lin- da Kluge, Barbara Rolland and Petra Brush all had birdies. Julie Azevedo had the fewest putts and Ardythe Coad broke 100. ms Bike ride through Almanor Basin next Saturday The 19th annual Mile High The hal :'f-rne.tric century is ed by Controlled Burn after Hundred bike ride, which for those wanting a nice, the ride, and massage thera- starts and finishes in leisurely ride around Lakepy will be available. You can Chester, will take place next Almanor. also relax by the river at Saturday, June 16. The entry fee for the centu- Chester Park. This is not a race, but a col- ry is $22. For the metric and Helmets are required to lection of tours for cyclists of half-metric it's $17. Entries ride, and all the traffic rules all abilities. The purpose of are due June 8, or an addi- must be followed. "Sag Wag- this event is to promote tional $51ate feels required, on" volunteers will be moni- recreationalbicycling"under Registration forms are toring the ride if someone the volcano" in the shadow of available at Bodfish Bicycles needs a lift, minor bike re- Lassen Peak. Proceeds from in Chester, the Chester/Lake pairs, orwater. this event are invested in or- Almanor Chamber of Corn- The routes will be clearly ganized recreation in the AI- merce, or at Sierra Mountain marked on the asphalt and manor Basin and in support Sports in Quincy. Prepaid T- with road signs, and a newly for the Chester/Lake A1- shirts and tank tops are also revised map will be included manor Chamber of Com- available for$12, with registration. merce. There will be lots of high- The new start and finish lo- You can chose from three quality natural food avail- cation for all rides is at the rides: the 105-mile century, able. Organizers will be sup- Chester Park on the Feather the55-mile metric century, or plying riders with ample River (Main Street and W. the 34-mile half-metric centu- nourishment and encourage-Willow Street). ry. The century ride is a rela- ment along the route. Centu- Riders may check in on Fri- tively easy ride by century ry riders will be rewardedday, June 15, from 6-9 p.m. or standards. It takes you withlunch in Taylorsville.on Saturday, June 16, from 6- around Lake Almanor and A post-ride spaghetti meal9 a.m. at the Chester Park. Do through the peaceful Indian with all the trimmings willbe not start the ride before 7 Valley. prepared by the Chester Elks a.m., or you will miss the The metric century encom- Club, and will be served from first rest stop. passes the entire Almanor noon to 6 p.m. The meal isFor additional information, basin. It is recommended for free to all registered riders, call the Chester/Lake A1- those who desire a challeng- and meal tickets for family or manor Chamber of Com- ing loop without the distance friends are available for $5 merce at 258-2426, or visit its and the bigger climbs in the each. website at . : :i:? :-:j '98 Red, 4x4, elm Central Plumas Rec. and Parks Adult Softball League Through Thursday, May 24 C-1 Division--Mens' 1. Stoney's 1 2. Environmental Alternatives (E.A.) 3 3. Capital Clubbers 1 4. Dickens Wel] Drilling/STF Constructions 0 5. Meadow Valley Church 0 C-2 Division,Mens' 6. Blazers 2 7. Bonedry 1 8. Make 7 0 9. Bud R.T. 0 10. Buck's Lake Lodge 2 Co-Ed Lightnine Division tl. Masterbatters 1 12. Mt. Huff 2 13. Bonedry 1 14. Paxton 2 Co-Ed Thunder Division 15. Code Blue 0 16. Wilburn Construction 2 17. Purple "D" Hoots 1 Women's Division W~ 18. AVA Tasmanian Devils 1 19. Barlow's Babes 1 20. Capital Cubs 1 21. Rusty's 0 22. 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