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2C Wednesday, June 13, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter umas ines orses Unlim" Inc, Last month, Horses Unlim- ter, Lauren Sternberg, and ited Inc. held its 12th annual friend Donnal Nichols. In golf tournament at the 2011, Kolb was part of the Plumas Pines Golf Resort winning foursome including with the skilled help of Bran- Bob Reinitz, Dr. Michael Bar- don Bowling, golf pro. Horses ton and Art Hinton. Unlimited Inc. is the non- 2012 first place winners profit organization that were the foursome of plays golf to provide equine Howard Johnson, Mark therapy to the disabled and Stutsman, Cathy Kurdupski special needs population of and Steve Munsen. Second Plumas County and adjacent place winners: Tim Landes, parts of Lassen and Sierra Mike Lahodny, Virginia counties. The tournament LuhringandBillMcColm. was organized back in 2001 Closest to the hole: ladies - by Jody Lindroth, a HUI vol- Renee Walker; men tied - unteer who has since passed Josh Leal and Larry Walker. away. Play was followed by great One of the highlights of prizes that will certainly this year was the trophy benefit the Horses Unlimited awarded to Ken Kolb, of program and a wonderfulap- Cromberg. Kolb has been a petizer buffet presented by strong supporter of Horses Longboards chefSean Conry. 'Unlimited since 1994 when it Mark your 2013 calendars was organized by his daugh- for May 18 at Plumas Pines. With straw bales and a saddle near the driving range, tournament at Plumas Pines Golf Resort. Photo submitted : :% ! !if! .... golfers warm up for the 12th annual Horses Unlimited Inc. golf A group of golfers gathers for the 41st annual Invitational Tournament at Graeagle Meadows Golf Course. Photo submitted N Save decks & siding from water damage Downspouts water diverter Custom installation Adds value & appeal to your house 22 Different Colors FREE ESTIMATES CA LIC #690120 Michael Kirack, Owner/Builder CONSTRUCTION, INC Oraeagle Men's G01fAssoci- played. 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