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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, June 13, 2012 3C f. i p HIGH, I GOLF GOLF TOURNAMF__ TS 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 $i0,000 in cash. There will be lots of prize drawings and tri-tip will be the lunch en- tree. Additional lunch tick- ets may be purchased for $15 each. The registration structure 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 and adult bereavement camps, equipment loan pro- grams, cancer support groups and the ability to pro- vide no-cost end-of-life care to patients and their fami- lies. 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. June 23 The ninthannual George Friedrichs Memorial Chari- ty Golf Tournament will be played Saturday, June 23, at the Lake Almanor West Golf Course. The format of the tourna- ment is an 18-hole handi- capped scramble. It will tee off with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. The grand prize for the tournament is $15,000 for the first hole-in-one at the third h0 : The cost to play is $95 and includes a continental breakfast, lunch, prize drawings, golf cart and range balls. Coordinated by Shirley Friedrichs, all proceeds go to local charities. Each year, the Chimney Fund, which supports the communities of Chester, Westwood and Greenville, has been a recip- ient of half of the funds. The other half of the proceeds has gone to support the dif- ferent sports programs at Chester High School. This year, the tournament will support the boys and girls basketball teams. For more information about the tournament or to register, call either Shirley Friedrichs at 259-3375 or Bill Womeldorf, the new West Almanor PGA master golf professional, at 259-4555. June 24 The Plumas CASA fifth annual golf tournament will once again be held at Griz- zly Ranch in Portola Sun- day; June 24. The format is a best ball scramble with a 1 p.m. shot- gun start. The tournament will be followed by a dinner catered by Lena's Cantina. A prize drawing will be held for gift certificates to restaurants, pottery, blown glass and baskets, and there will be awards for first, second and third place. Silent auction items will include lodging and golf packages, Giants tickets, swing evaluation and as- sorted baskets. The following is a sam- pling of some of the items: -Old Greenwood Resort, three nights lodging in a three bedroom, two bath cabin. Includes a round of golf for four at Old Green- woodand Gray's Crossing golf courses. Value of $1,595. -Grizzly Ranch, Wolf Tree Cabins, three nights lodging in a three bedroom, two bath cabin. Includes a round of golf for four at Grizzly Ranch Golf Club. -Plumas Pines round of golf for four. Includes four dinner entrees at Long- boards. -Thunder Canyon, golf for four, plus $50 food credit. Value of $400. -Nakoma's the Dragon, round of golf for four plus $50 food credit. Plumas CASA recruits, trains and supports volun- teers to become court ap- pointed special advocates who speak up for children who are in foster Care due to abuse or neglect. Plumas CASA currently is serving 22 Plumas County children through the efforts of 18 volunteer advocates. For more information on be- coming a child advocate or supporting the CASA pro- gram, contact Program Manager Debbie Wingate at 283-2227 or plumascasa @pcirc.com. For tournament informa- tion or registration forms, call Joelle Breazier at 283- 2227 or info@plumas casa.org. To have a charitable golf tournament listed on this cal- endar, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com or fax it to 283-3952. Lake Almanor West Women's Golf , May 31 was a gorgeous day on the course. The game to- day v as a scramble. The first place team with a 76 was: Kathy Doms, Julie Azevedo and Charlene Fer- guson. The second place team with a 78 was: Sharon Auge, Donna Huhn andLinda Kluge. The third place team with a 79 was: Kathi Shennan, Shirley Friedrichs and Karen Nelson. We then came back to the club house for a great lunch and awards. On June 2, we played "Low Net and Low Putts." Linda Kluge won for the least putts with a 26. Linda also won the chip-in pot. We played two flights to- day. The winners from the first flight were: First place was Kathi Shennan with a 71. Second place was carol Regimbal, also with a 71. The tie was broken on the back nine. In the second flight, first place was Sharon Auge with a 70. Second place was Betty Duncan with a 73. Sharon Auge also had a birdie on No. 12. Next week we play "Beat the Pro," so ladies get out to play. We have a very nice and professional new pro, Bill Womeldorf, so stop in the pro shop and say hi. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club On Tuesday, June 5, a few intrepid ladies braved in- clement weather to partici- pate in the first of four qual- ifying rounds for the club's Captain's Cup event. The Captain's Cup Final will take place in September. The results were as follows: low gross - Janet Holladay; low net - Cathy Cianciolo (won in a card-off with Con- nie Raheb); low putts - Jack- ie Luckey. Janet Holladay also scored a chip-in for the day on hole No. 15. Way to go ladies! Nakoma Golf Resort ZOIZ is the "Year the Dragon" pedal Local Green Pee Monde9 - Thurscta9 A ter llarn SAF with cart ' a)z- o67 )4"$1Sear Run - Clio - Ornc A-15 R 1 li I SLIM DRIVE 13HESTER, CA 9613213 GOLF RESULTS Mt. Huff Wednesday Scramble A spate of chilly and wet weather gave way to a beau- tiful sunny and breezy morning that brought the golfers out for the Mt. Huff Wednesday Morning Scrain- ble June 6. The first place team in this week's competition were Margie Joseph, Zack Russel and Mike Ingle. In second place was the team of Loren Lindner, Darel Joseph and Leo Sorosinski. In third place were John Hackett, Greg Stevens and Ralph Cote. Closest to the pin was tak- en by Margie Joseph and the chip-in winners were Leo Sorosinskiand Ted Trafton. It was a morning of friend- ly competition and a good time was had by all! Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club On June 7 the Graeagle Women played a two-person Best Ball play day. The winners in first place are Wanda Wideriksen and Carol Miller with a com- bined low net of 58. Second place winners are JoAnne Lake and Linda Bilger at 60. Third place winners are Hol- ly Anderson and Lorraine Cornish at 61. Fourth place winners are Donna Swanson and Maureen Ford at 62. There were five chip-ins: Carol Miller, No. 6; Debbie Peterson, No. 15; Dee Walk- er, No. 14; and R. Miller with two chip-ins, No. 11 and No. 13. Mt. Huff Thursday Night Scramble Mt. Huff Golf Course had another successful Thurs- day night scramble. Seven teams hit the course. The weather was beautiful and the golf course is getting prettier every day. Check-in is at 4:30 and tee-off is at 5 p.m. every week. All are en- couraged to be there. The team of Darel and Margie Joseph and Bob McIlroy came in first and af- ter a chip-off between Austin Linford and Don Sheffield, Austin's team of Ralph Cote and Gary and Carol Metzdorf took second. The small but mighty Bar- bara Quam was closest to the hole and Slamming Darel Joseph had the longest drive. The ladies are meeting at 9 a.m. on Mondays and Tues- days, nothing is organized, just a group of ladies wanti- ng to get some fun, stress- less golf in. All levels are welcome. With great rates and a wonderful golf course, Mt Huff is the place to be. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the in- formation to sports@plumasnews, com by Friday at 3p.m. r !