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2C Wednesday, June 23, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Rec0d, Reporter IGH OU]00 ITRY GOL . P" C .! CHARITABLE TOURNAMENTS 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 private 9-hole golf course designed around a wildlife preserve 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 frlt.org 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- 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. Aug. 21 A benefit golf tournament for Jedidiah Lusk will be held Saturday, August 21, at Mt. Huff Golf Course. The tournament is spon- sored by employees of the Plumas County Sheriffs Of- tious lunch will be servedby flee, and nRproceeds will be the chef from the Grizzly donated to the Lusk family. Grill. The two-person, best-ball There are 36 spots avail- scramble will begin at 9 a.m., with registration be- ginning at 8 a.m. There will be longest-dri- ve and closest-to-the-pin contests, as well as a prize drawing and barbecue lunch. The cost of the tourna- ment is $55 per player, or $15 for lunch only. Carts are not included, so call for availability. Space is limited, so RSVP by calling Mr. Huff at 284- 6204 or Sgt. Todd Johns at 283-6392. To have a charitable golf tournament listed on this cal- endar, emaU the information to sports@plumasnews,com or fax it to 283-3952. Media group visits Fourteen golf media mem- bers from across the United States visited and played Graeagle golf courses as part of the Golf the High Sierra Media Tour, Friday, June 11. The group played White- hawk Ranch and Plumas Pines on the last day of a six- day tour that took in some 180 holes of golf in Reno, Tahoe, Carson Valley and Graeagle. Longboards Restaurant hosted dinner for the group, and overnight lodging was provided by several Graea- gle-area motels, B&Bs and vacation rentals. The media represented magazines, radio stations and online media from as far as New England, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin and Colorado, as well as the Bay Area. The journalists already have begun to promote this golf destination, with arti- cles appearing online and stories heard over the air- ways, with print publica- tions soon to come. The Plumas County Visi- tors Bureau once again helped co-sponsor the annual event, organized by Wei- dinger PR agency, which last year brought exposure to the region through 61 articles, plus radio mentions equaling over $1 million in ad equiva- lency value (what the same editorial space generated would have cost if purchased as advertising.) n m  n m i  I I u m m m I m  n m m I  m u I m N t *COUPON SPECIAL* n t I Play any day after 1:00 - Includes FREE Cart .,., , ! OO,._ s23- 9 holes *38- 18 holes . UPeo 'n I .ILLi , *Must present coupon to getJee cart tO Pl !. "- | ego '-- Coupon good through May 27 Clinics coming soon -=15 c a I | Ten Play Cards !! I Now available for s 180 I I With card 9 holes is only S l 8 any time of the day! I I . Boys &Girls Clinics I !|  LAKE ALMANOR COUNTRY CLUB !// GOLF COURSE I | {  ) LACC features a Restaurant, Bar and Pro Shop I .:i!ii! i(i!i ' Call 530-259-2868 I ........ : .... | From A-13, turn right and follow Clifford Dr. to gate Ik  imm tam,  mn I u  i tam l    Jm n   um i mlm mn  rib im mm -j / Susan Fornoff, left, of Golf Goddess Magazine and Lynn DeBruin, center, of Avid Golfer Maga- zine are greeted by Plumas County Visitors Bureau director Suzi Brakken. Photo submitted I ......... I II I II II I ........ The legend is back... and it's (somo00hat) been tarnedll! Opening at tqetkoma Golf Resort Wednesday, 00lun 30th Introductory Rates $60 Monday- Thursday $75 Friday - Sunday Call for package deal specials Rediscover the stuff legends are made of: A challenging golf course that's been tamed just enough to provide a friendlier, yet breathtakingly scenic experience. Frosty beverages served from a fully stocked bar and enjoyed on a patio with views that stretch forever. Light fare that perfectly compliments a summer day. It's not a myth - The Dragon is reborn. Fore more details and to schedule a, tee time, go to www.NakomaGolfResort.com or call us at 530-832-5067 I TWILITE SPECIAL 2:00 pm $45 Monday-Friday Includes cart Mention this ad For Tee Times & Information: 530-836-1420 402 Poplar Valley Road Graeagle, California :"One of Northern California's Bq