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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, June 9, 2010 5C CHARITABLE TOURNAMENTS June 18 The 29thannual Purple Pride Charity Golf Tourna- ment will be Friday, June 18, at Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club. The Purple Pride Boosters support the academic and athletic achievements of Portola High School stu- dents. The tournament will con- sist of 35 four-person teams. The format will be a Texas Scramble. The rules are the same as a basic scramble, with the variation of at least four drives of each member of the team must be used during the course of the round: At least four drives hit by Player A, four by Player B, and so on. Your tax-deductible $145 entry fee (minus $12 non-de- ductible food fee) includes: tee prize, one round of golf with cart, barbecue lunch (tri-tip or chicken sandwich) and awards presentation, great company and lots of fun. Not included in the entry fee: Mulligans, closest-to- the-pin contest and longest- drive contest. The deadline for registra- tion is Tuesday, June 15. Only the first 35 teams will be accepted, so send your entry early. If you must withdraw after regis- tr'ation, let us know by June 15, so we can fill your vacan- cy. Check-in begins at 7:30 a.m., with an 8:30 a.m. shot- gun start. There will be two flights: Handicap and Cal'laway. Tee sponsorship opportu- nities are available for $50. If you have questions, con- tact Tournament Director Thomas Co rrriany at tCGr-, or Boost- ers President Brenda Comp- ton at 251-7356. Send regigtration forms to: Purple Pride Boosters, PO Box 1528, Portola, CA 96122. June 26 The seventh annual George Friedrichs Memorial Charity Golf Tournament will be held Saturday, June 26, at Lake Almanor West Golf Course. This tournament will ben- efit the Chimney Fund and Chester High School sports. The 18-hole handicapped scramble begins with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. The cost is $95 per person and includes continental breakfast, lunch, a prize drawing, golf cart and range balls. Beer, wine and appe- tizers will be served on the course. The first hole-in-one on Hole No. 3 will win $15,000 cash from Rouland Insur- ance and Arlie Holland at Coldwell Banker- Kehr/O'Brien Real Estate. There will be first hole-in- one prizes on all par-three holes. For more information, call Lake Almanor West at 259- 4555 or Shirley Friedrichs at 259-3375. June 26 Experience a uniquely pri- vate 9-hole golf course de- signed around a wildlife pre- serve in Long Valley near Chilcoot on Saturday, June 26. The event is the third an- nual J&S Duck Ranch Invi- tational hosted by Jeff and Shelley Long. The golf tour- nament will benefit the Feather River Land Trust. You can register online at or call the Feather River Land Trust at 283-5758 for more information. There will be a continen- tal breakfast at 9 a.m., with tee off at 10 a.m. A scrump- tious lunch will be served by the chef from the Grizzly Grill. There are 36 spots avail- able and you need to be 21 or older. It's a fun, relaxed event,with several prizes at the end of the day. Sign-up now, because there is only one opportuni- ty per year to play on this unique private golf course and take in the breathtaking 360 degree scenery. If you're lucky you might even see some antelope, but you'll certainly see all sorts of birds, including golden eagles which live there year round. To have a charitable golf tournament listed on this cal- endar, email the information to or fax it to 283-3952. Ladies conclude MT .HUFF GOLF COURSE HWY 89 & ARLINGTON RD. CRESCENT MILLS 4528 yards ... Par 66 eclectic event In spite of the unpre- dictable spring weather, the Fifth Annual Ladies' Com- bined Eclectic competition concluded on May 25 at Plumas Pines with an awards luncheon at Long- board's. Thirty-two ladies representing Whitehawk Ranch, Graeagle Meadows and Plumas Pines competed. Participants were able to take their one best score on each hole, regardless of course, to obtain their total. Prizes were awarded to low net scores, plus one low gross winner over the field. Low gross over the field honors went to Marcia Ziegler, with a score of 64. Low net winners came from three flights, based on handi- cap index. In the Plumas flight, Renee Walker edged out Priscilla Piper for first PLUMAS CASA GOLF TOURNAMENT Sun., durle 13th 10:OOam Shotgun * $50 per person BBQ Lunch, Raffle & Awards Quuestions? Call Walt Steuben at 530-283-5537 THSCR--MB-LE Check-in: 4:30pro T-time: 5:00pro r ,a-e( .: l RV park guests receive a golf special! ] Private Golf Instruction with Golf Pro Steve Ross Tee times recommended 284-6204 PLUMAS PINES GOLF RESORT For Tee Times & Information: 530-836-1420 402 Poplar ValleY Road 6raeagle, California place in a tiebreaker with a net 58. Barbara Crist pre- vailed in a tiebreaker with Cathy Churchill for third and fourth places with a net score of 60. Mar? Stonebraker came in first in the Eureka flight with a net 52, Scooter Kid- well finished second at 53, and Diane Trainor won the tiebreaker at a net 54 for third place over Wanda Wed- eriksen, who took fourth. The Sierra flight was won by Janet Grijalva with an impressive net score of 50. Second place went to Lucille Buchholtz at net 54, followed by Annie Fischer in third with a score of 55. Following the awarding of prizes, the ladies discussed plans for next year's event while watching another spring rain storm. Note to all golf pros: Please submit any hole-in-one an- nouncements, new course records, or any other newswor- thy golf events to We also en- courage you to email photos of golf newsmakers to the ' same address. at Lake Almanor iii i),.i ::L Must Have Coupons at the me of Check In IlilllliI Must Have Coupons at the Time of Check In IiliiBnmiuilB EBIBIEI Must Have Coupons at the Time of Check In MONDAY 3rd Annual ......... PLUMAS CASA GOLF DURNAMENT Sunday, June. 13, 2010 Mt. Huff Golf Course Crescent L Mills, CA 284-6204 l 0AM Shotgun - followed by BBQ lunch, drawing and awards s50 registration - Includes Green Fees, Tee Prize and Lunch Registration deadline: June 11 Four Person Scramble enter as a team, a pair or !ndividually Questions? Please contact Walt Steuben (530) 283-5537 wahsfxef@ Please send your check to: PLUMAS CASA PO Box 1890 Quincy, CA 95971 CASA Court Appointed Special Advocates FOR CHILDREN Registration forms available at Mr. Huff Golf Course or online at