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2C Wednesday, Aug, 27, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter GOLF RESULTS Whitehawk Ladies Golf Club The ladies at Whitehawk hosted their annual Cowgirl Classic. With the sun shining and clubs swinging two flights -- Annie Oakley and Calgmity Jane -- took to the course. The format was Cha; Cha, Cha; Cha, Cha, Cha; Cha, Cha, Cha, Cha. During lunch at the community center (prepared by Bontaful Gardens Cafe), the following team winners were announced. Annie Oakley Flight: first gross: Knott, Byorick, Sanchez and Carroll; second gross: West, Gels, Yonder and Kelly. First net: Toni Dick (she had *her first hole-in-one; congratulations to our tournament chairwoman), Friedman, Kidwell and Rohman; secondnet: Miller, Thompson, Neal and Valdez. Calamity Jane Flight: first gross: Rose, Argent, Hayes and Gould; second gross: Stein, Reynolds, Purvis and Crist; fncst net: Magliano, Broughton, Zumbro, Grijalva; second net: Cummings, Walker, Simone and Miller. The longest drive was won by member Knott and guest Byorick. Accurate drive was won by member -- yep, the ever-winning-- Competello and guest Trlfeletti. P.S. Last week was Ace of Aces: low gross, Marcia Zeigler; and low net, Toni Dick. Lake Almanor West Women's Golf Club There seemed to be a little feeling of fall in the air but a very nice day weather-wise Thursday, Aug. 21, as the West Shore ladies enjoyed their game of T's and F's using haft of their handicaps. Karen Tratt was the first-place winner with a score of 32. Kathi Shennan came in second with 32.5. Taking third place was Carolyn Wilhoit with 33. Linda Kluge and Betty Duncan each had 34 but after the tie-breaker Linda Kluge took the fourth-place honors. Kathy Doms had the only birdie, which was on the fifteenth hole. There were no chip-ins. Lake Almanor Country Club Aug. 19 couldn't have been a more spectacular day when 44 players teed off for the annual end=of-year Captain & Crew event. Amanda Hosman plarmed the entire day, beginning with a goff game of Alternate Shots among pairs of golfers in Hawaiian tops and flip flops, complete with Bob Roseler, Craig Hosman, Jim Leonard and Daryl Schmidt lounging in the sand traps under umbrellas and serving margaritas to all passing golfers -- some of whom even made it into the sand traps themselves. Game results in flght I were first place to Cindy Wittenberg and Kathy Fuller, second place to Sue Sutton and Claudine Gurney, and third place to Madeline Furman and Peggy The winners of the Graeagle Meadows Couples' Club Championship pose Aug. 21. From left: new Couples' Club champions Joel Patterson and Ellen Fearing and the first-place team for the combo tee division, Dee and Wally Walker. Photo submitted Lentz. Flight 2 winning teams were Carol Fara and Jean Rolls, first place; Jude Morse and Judie Crain in second place; and Mary Ann Broderick and Jan Stillwell in third place. Flight 3 winners were Trudy Leete and Joan D'Angelo in first place, Kathy Roseler and Janet Gauger in second place; and Barbara Leonard and Jan Reese in third place. Luncheon was served on tables beautifully decorated with sand pails and sand, shells, beach towels and umbrellas. "Lovely Hula Hands" music played in the background. Amanda Hosman presented beautiful fresh leis, thanking each of the 2014 board members: Kathy Roseler, president; Carol Parish, vice president; Meg Eaton, secretary; Carol Griswold, treasurer; tournament chairwomen Jessie King and Carol Lunsford; and handicap/membership chairwoman Kathy Fuller. She described each of the jobs that made the golf year so successful. The installation of the 2015 board members was conducted by president Kathy Roseler. She gave fresh Hawaiian floral stems, reading the signLf'lcance of the blossoms and the position each member will be fulffflling. The new president is Carol Parish; vice president is Trudy Leete; secretary for a second year is Meg Eaton; treasurer for a second year is Carol Griswold; tournament chairwomen are Jessie King and Carol Lunsford, also for a second year; and handicap/membership for a second year is Kathy Fuller. Awards were presented by Chairperson Joan D'Angelo for the new club champion, Carol Lunsford. Following Carol's award, in flight 1, Jessie King came in first and Maggie Fleming won low net. In flight 2 Lee Hunter came in first, Kathy Fuller came in second and Linda Yaap and Joan Johnson tied for third place. Low net went to Joan D'Angelo. Awards for Ringer Play, presented by chairperson Maggie Fleming, went in flight A to Carol Lunsford, first place; Madeline Furman, second place; and Toddy Cutler, third place. In flight B, Kathy Roseler took first, Linda Yaap second and Kathy Fuller third. The winners of flight C were Claudine Gurney, first place; Joan D'Angelo, second place; and Judie Crain, third place. Handicap chairperson Kathy Fuller presented Joan Johnson with the award of Most Improved Golfer. The end of the program was a tribute to Kathy Roseler, president, for her job well done. Trudy Leete wrote the show, Amanda Hosman directed music performed on ukuleles by Trudy Leete and Martha Vlahos, and Jane Hilliard led a sing-along. A skit of satire on Kathy Roseler's fine memory was performed by Jude Morse, who played Kathy, and her former board members who met at a reunion on Kona. Cathy Rideout, Amanda Hosman, Kathy Chuchel and Joan Johnson acted out their roles of forgetful friends. There is still more golf to be played before the season is over, so come on out and enjoy the cooler weather. Graeagle Meadows Couples' Club The Graeagle Meadows Couples' Club Championship was contested Aug. 20 - 21 with 21 teams competing. The format the first day was the better net ball of the partners, and the second day was both net balls combined. The winners in the standard tee flight (white tees for men; red tees for women) --the new Graeagle Meadows Couples' Club champions -- were Ellen Fearing and Joel Patterson with a two-day net score of 205. In second place were Bev and Jim Reynolds (213) in a card-off, and third were Holly and Dan Anderson (also 213). The Andersons were in last place after the first day, but came storming through on the second day. In the combo tee flight (white/red tees for men; red/green tees for wbmen) the winners were first place, Dee and Wally Walker with a score of 192; second place, Aggie and Bill Keese (195); third place, Alaine and Denni s Flynn (196); and fourth place, Karen and Cal Linde (199). Play was followed by a great barbecue rib dinner at the Graeagle Picnic Grounds. Bailey Creek Women's Club Golf doesn't get any better than this, with the somewhat mild August temperatures and the conditions at Bailey Creek. On Wednesday, Aug. 6, the ladies played for low net. In the first flight, Jan Vortman placed first, with Wynnetta Regli taking second. Ginger Birchfield and Cheryl Erwin placed first and second, respectively, in the second flight. Mary Ashburn had a great day with a chip-in on the 14th hole, and birdie on the fifth. Five ladies from the Diamond Mountain Women's Club joined the group as guests Aug. 13. With a wonderful turnout and perfect day, the group played a Two Player Best Bail tournament. Winners were Teresa Pustyjovski (Diamond Mountain) and Joan D'Angelo (first), Mary Ashburn and Joan Eychner (second), and Liz Griffin (Diamond Mountain) and Ginger Birchfield (third). Jenni Cesarin chipped in on the second hole. Teresa amazed everyone by shooting a gross of 77. Guest Day is always the third Wednesday, and this week two guests, Mikki Miller and Cheryl Vieiral played with the Bailey Creek ladies. In a putting contest, Jenni Cesarin took first, Ginger Birchfield second and Joan Eychner third. Joan chipped in on the seventh and Ginger birdied the 13th. The club is planning for next year, and membership applications are due Oct. 1. If you are interested in joining or would like to know more about the club, please contact Jenni at To have golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to by Friday at 3 p. m. Lake Almanor West Golf Course Twilight 4pm Two For Tuesday s16 Walking s26 w/Cart (530) 259-4555 GOLF TOURNAMENTS Sept. 14 Golf Outreach Unlimited is recruiting tee sponsors for the third annual Armed Forces Foundation Golf Tournament to be held Sunday, Sept. 14, at Grizzly Ranch. Proceeds from the tournament will be donated to the Armed Forces Foundation, a nonprofit charity that raises funds for service members in need of assistance after their return from duty overseas. Donations go to programs such as brain injury care, PTSD therapy, family assistance and school programs. Moreover, 95 percent of all funds reach service personnel. Contributions of $100 or more are tax-deductible and will be recognized in the newspaper as well as on tee signs during the tournament. For more information, contact Berger Benson at 832-0888 or To have a golf tournament listed in this calendar, email the information to or fax it to 283-3952, attention James Wilson. 'Almanor West Grill "OPEN" Daily and offers dinners Weds-Sat Golf Lesson Available by Tom Pyeatt (530)864-7708 2014 Member/Guest Tournament Thunk you for your continued support Plumas Bank Third Chapter Farm Almanor Tree Removal Pizza Factory Towne Carpet Coldwell Banker Buffalo Chips Dan Smith Construction Nelson Drywall KJ Cleaning Beacon Fuel & Diner Dave Delay & Crew Bubba's Signs Jerry Kehr The Pankhurst Family Pete Labosky & Landscaping At Your Service Omni Pipelines Inc. Old World Paisan's and sponsorship Turner Excavation Inc. Sage Creek Insurance Atmanor Energy Plus Joe Branch Electric Lake Almanor Fitness Center Plumas Pines AImanor West Grill Lake Almanor West Golf Course Tom Pyeatt I