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2C Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Chips Ahoy at Plumas Pines Plumas Pines Women's Club welcomed aboard 136 members and guests who set sail on Sunday afternoon for a "yacht race" before the two- day tournament began. Longboards was trans- formed with a decorated promenade deck welcoming all aboard, and a flotilla of sailboats and navigational buoys decorated the luncheon tables. Our pro shop staff enter- tained the field with a cre- ative skit incorporating "Pop- eye Woods," "Olive Oyl," "Bluto" and "Gilligan." The golf course was trans- formed to incorporate the theme with tee signs such as Oceans 11, On Golden Pond, and Captain Hook. Boats, ca- noes and rafts were positioned in the ponds, with cruise posters adorning all the "heads," and during the tour- nament, players decoded nau- tical signal flags that replaced the pin flags. After golf and lunch on Monday, an optional "Chip-a- Canoe" chipping contest, sponsored by the pro shop, provided more fun and excite- ment. An incredible charity raffle was well supported and raised nearly $3,000 for local causes. The Yacht-Race, which was held on Sunday, had 24 teams participating. Teams were di- vided into three flights. First and second places were awarded in each flight. Winners in the First Flight were the team of Mary Stone- braker, Elaine Easterling, Kathy Dunn and Linda Firth and coming in second was the team of Pam Weichert, Cindy Robinson, Candy Parkison and Kris McGee. In the Second Flight, the winning team was Diane Trainer, Wanda Wideriksen, Virginia Luhring and Marilyn Nichols. Second place went to the team of Dottle Hattich, Cindy Miller, Fran Marsh and Joan Upshaw. Winners in the Third Flight were the team of Janet Grijal- va, Nancy Bartlett, Jeannie Katerba-Hansen, and Kather- ine McKeague and second place went to the team of Sandy Kautz, Janet Chism, Dona Legarza and Carol Mitchell. For the 2-day tournament, players were awarded prizes for winning First Day Low Gross and Low Net, Second Day Low Gross and Low Net and Two-Day Combined Low Gross and let and 2nd Place Low Net. First Day Winners Brigantine (First) Flight - Low Gross: Clare Simpson, Linda Martin, Missy Helseth, and Sherri Lyle. Low Net: Kathy Sipel, Renee Walker, Sharon Sacks, and Kathy Matsuo. Caravel (Second) Flight - Low Gross: Annie Meyer, Lu- cille Buchholtz, Amy Trevino and Julie Brown. Low Net: Janet Holladay, Ginger Holladay-Houston, Carolyn Lyon and Mary Tully. Catamaran (Third) Flight - Low Gross: Carole Benson, Lynda MeWilliams, Margot Fulmer, and Nanci Brieschke. Low Net: Janet Grijalva, Nancy Bartlett, Jeannie Katerba-Hanson, and Kather- ine McKeagne. Schooner (Fourth) Flight - Low Gross: Mary Blaylock, Susie Wiese, Cathy Cianciolo, and Sabine Dutz. Low Net: Katy Magliano, Nina Dupont-Stone, Jackie Luckey, and Bey Reynolds. Second Day Winners Brigantine Flight - Low Gross: Pam Weiehert, Cindy Robinson, Candy Parkison and Kris McKee. Low Net: Kathy Sipel, Renee Walker, Sharon Sacks, and Kathy Matsuo. Caravel Flight - Low Gross: Diane Trainor, Wanda Wideriksen, Virginia Luhring and Marilyn Nichols. Low Net: Annie Meyer, Lu- cille Buchholtz, Amy Trevino and JuUe Brown Catamaran Flight - Low I ..l .... II ]TI 7 Gross: Carole Benson, Lynda McWiUiams, Margot Fulmer, and Nanci Brieschke. Low Net: Sandy Kautz, Janet Chism, Dona Legarza and Carol Mitchell. Schooner Flight - Low Gross: Mary Blaylock, Susie Wiese, Cathy Cianciolo, and Sabine Dutz. Low Net: Katy Magliano, Nina Dupont-Stone, Jackie Luckey, and Bev Reynolds. Overall Two-Day Combined Winners Brigantine Flight - Low Gross: Clare Simpson, Linda Martin, Missy Helseth, and Sherri Lyle. Low Net: Kathy Sipel, Renee Walker, Sharon Sacks, and Kathy Matsuo. 2nd Low Net: Mary Stone- braker, Elaine Easterling, Kathy Dunn and Linda Firth. Caravel Flight - Low Gross: Annie Meyer, Lucille Buch- holtz, Amy Trevino and Julie Brown. Low Net: Janet Holladay, Ginger Holladay-Houston, Carolyn Lyon and Mary Tully. 2nd Low Net: Linda Scarff, Carol Moore, Marilyn Winter- stein, and Barbara Capdeville. Catamaran Flight - Low Gross: Carole Benson, Lynda McWilliams, Margot Fulmer, and Nanci Brieschke. Low Net (with card-off): Sandy Kautz, Janet Chism, Dona Legarza and Carol Mitchell. 2nd Low Net: Janet Grijal- va, Nancy Bartlett, Jeannie Katerba-Hanson, and Kather- ine MeKeague. Schooner Flight - Low Gross: Mary Blaylock, Susie Wiese, Cathy Cianciolo, and Sabine Dutz. Low Net: Katy Magliano, Nina Dupont-Stone, Jackie Luckey, and Bey Reynolds. 2nd Low Net: Beverly Dona- te, Cindy Jurkovich, Shirley Nakasuji, and Diane Shaffett. Several special games were held the first day. Closest To The Pin on hole #3 was for handicaps 0-26. Sherri Lyle won with a measurement of 8- 60 me. APR on credit approva_! Deal & Davie, your local Toyota Dealer for more than 50 years! 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All vehicles plus tax, license, $55 dec and Ca. tire fee. 1107 Main, Susanville . 257-6115 =nd T 303 Main, Susanville . 257-4427 Dressing in the nautical theme of Chips Ahoy, the team of Linda Scarff, Carolyn Moore, Marilyn Winterstein and Barbara Capdeville won first place dressing as golfing crustaceans. ft., 2-inches from the hole. Hole #11 was for handicaps 27- 40 and Kris McGee won with a measurement of 5 ft. from the hole. The Most Accurate Dri- ve winner was Sandy Seaman who was only 3/8 of an inch from the line and Sherri Lyle crushed her drive to win Longest Drive of the day. Players voted and prizes were awarded for the tradi- tional "costume contest." Dressing in the nautical theme of Chips Ahoy, the team of Linda Scarff, Carolyn Moore, Marilyn Winterstein and Barbara Capdeville won first place dressing as golfing crustaceans, which was a sight to see. Winning a close second was the team of Bever- ly Donate, Cindy Jurkovich, Shirley Nakasuji, and Diane Shaffett who were golfing gon- doliers. Another popular tradition was the entertainment provid- ed by Head Golf Professional Brandon Bowling and the Pro Shop staff. To the delight of all players and a deck full of on- lookers, their skit of Popeye Woods, Olive Oyl, Bluto and Gilligan had everyone laugh- ing and kicked off the tourna- ment in a fun and positive way. The skit continued at Popeye Woods, aka Brandon Bowling, has some explaining to do during the kickoff skit for the Plumas Pines Women's Club Invitational. Photos submitted lunchtime as well. Videos and photographs will be able to be viewed at www.plumaspinesgolf.com. Thanks to Mary Peters, Ni- na Dupont-Stone, Scooter Kid- well and Captain Jennifer Zumbro for organizing such a great tournament, and to Brandon Bowling and his pro shop staff, Mark Callahan and his grounds crew, Sean Conry and his restaurant staff, the Plumas Pines Men's Club, and the many volunteers who all worked in a positive and cohe- sive way to make this tourna- ment one of the best ever. LIVE LAND AUCTION [ 640 Acres in Lassen County Absolute auction with minimum bid of s145,000 104 Acres in Lassen County z ;:* 5i.,. :::::'-r,,":,.;  ,Li,,. ..... : ,, - ......... : Seller Reserve Auction WHEN: Wednesdoy, September !5 Noon WHERE: Best Western Airport Plaza Hotel & Conference Room 1981 Terminal Way Reno, NV 89512 [!'93Acres in Plumas Countyiiiiiii[ Seller Reserve Auction ii40:Acresin Absolute auction. Will sell to highest bidder. OUTDOOR PROPERTIES 120 Acres in Plumas County    - , i ...... j  : ..... . 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