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2C Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter GOLF RESULTS i'i" Bailey Creek Women's Golf Club Sept.9 was again a beautiful day, both the weather and the play. Our play was "low net" with two flights. The first flight winner was Karen Treanor and the second place winner was Donna White with a birdie on the Hole 12. Second flight winner was Jenni Cesarin, with Diana PaUari placing second. We look forward to hopefully having f'me weather throughout this month, continuing through October. Sept. 16, stat-ting out cloudy, ended in just nine holes as the weather continued to be cold and windy. The play was "maid's quarters," counting only par 4s. A total of six players braved the weather, using low net, low gross and low putts. Winner of low net was Mo Clark, low gross was Karen Treanor, Wynetta Regli won with the lowest number of "one putts." Ginger Birchfield and Mo Clark f'mished with a birdie each. Domini, Dan Ellis, Ray Edwards, Jeff Erwin. Low Net Sierra Flight 125-121--246 (~42) Frank Motzkus, Dave Stone, Jim Moore, Mike Wilson. On Saturday evening, after golf, nearly 150 players and guests enjoyed dinner in the Grove prepared by Longboards Restaurant. Men's Club President Roger Nielsen thanked the organizers, sponsors and volunteers of the event. Mountain Classic Chairman John Donohue announced many winners of prizes. The event concluded with, Membership Chairman Bill Grijalva running the raffle for 42 different prize packages including golf, food, wine, accommodations, golf lessons and much more. Each fall the club makes contributions to local charities with the proceeds from this raffle to help the young and old in our communities. A great time was had by all, Plumas Pines Plumas Pines Men's Club Women's Golf Club On Thursday, Friday and Fall was in the air on Sept. Saturday, Sept. 10 - 12, we 15, but still beautiful for golf. held the 25th annual The game for Plumas Pines Mountain Classic Invitational Women's Golf Club was Golf Tournament. One Individual EC. Pick the best of hundred and twelve golfers Holes 1 and 10, 2 and 11, etc. competed in four man teams Add the nine holes and over 36-holes of stroke play in subtract half the handicap. the main event but a putting The winners were: first contest, closest to the pin place, with a net 25, Cathy competition on all par three Cianciolo; second place, with holes, a horserace, separate a net 26, Janet Grijalva; third skins games from both Gold place, with a net 30, Sharon and White tees and daffy Russell. Well done ladies. sweeps also were included. The winners of the main Graeagle Meadows event are: Women's Golf Club Overall Low Gross On Thursday, Sept. 17, 138-131--269 (-19) Matt Graeagle Women's members Stevenson, Jordan Archuleta, played their final Ace of Aces Dan Squires, Dan qualifier. The following Miladnovich. qualified to play in the Sept. Overall Low Net 24 Ace of Aces Playoff. Red 121-123--244 (-44) Tim Mullins, Tee Division: Low gross, Matt Kidwell, Steve Baird, Sharla Scott; first low net, David Nickel. JoAnne Lake. Combo Tee Low Net Plumas Flight Division: Low net, Karen 128-123---251 (-37) Rich Hinds, Fraser. There was also a play Ken Stark, Dave Hinds, Don day tournament called BaUard. Nassau: best 18 holes, best Low Net Eureka Flight front nine and best back nine 130-121--251 (-37) Mario (all net). The Red Tee Division winners were: 18 holes, first place Karen Linde; second place, Dee Walker; front nine, Ellen Fearing; back nine, a tie among Bey Reynolds, Sharla Scott and Donna Swanson. Combo Tee Division: best 18, first place, Lorraine Cornish; front nine, first place a tie between Cathy Macdonald and Sue Taylor; back nine, first place went to Carol Desmond, a tie for second place was between Karen Fraser and Jill Slocum. And, there were several chip-ins: Giuliana Glazer, Karen Linde and Carol Miller had one each. Whitehawk Ladies Golf Here we are again reporting on our Club Championship and Captain's Cup results. Over two days of iffy weather the ladies played their best golf. Our new Club Champion is Michele Violet winning on a three-hole playoff. Runner-up was Kara Curry. Our Captain's Cup winner was Marcia Zeigler with Chris Hyatt the runner-up. Congratulations to all of you for two rounds of solid play. Thank you to Marcia Zeigler. who made cup cakes to go with champagne in celebrating the winners. Our Rhinestone Cowgirl Classic kicked off with a cocktail party at Denise Stein's lovelyhome (thanks Denise). The following day the ladies were treated to a light breakfast followed by team and group pictures. All the ladies looked great in their various outfits. At 8:30 a.m. sharp we all headed out to our starting hole for a day of fun and play: During the day you could hear cheers as the teams played Cha:Cha Cha; , Cha Cha Cha. At the end of play the Cowgirls headed to the Community Center for a delightful lunch put on by Bontaful Gardens Cafe. Even the cupcakes for dessert were made with the Cowgirl theme. Nice touch Janet. Following lunch a raffle drawing and silent auction were held. The Plumas Rural Service Domestic Violent Program will receive a check for over $5,000. Thank you ladies for being so supportive and generous. Now for the results. In the circle: Renee Miller, Denise Stein and Jenine Fraser. Most Accurate Drive: Member: Pam Cummings, Guest: Robbin Sanchez. Closest to the hole: Member: Judy Miller, Guest: Debbie Walker. Longest Drive: Member: Barbara Competeljo, Guest: Priscilla Piper. Calamity Sane Flight: First Gross: Michelle Violette, Sharon Russel, Priscilla Piper and Debbie Walker. Second Gross: Brenda Knott, Rita Byorick, Robbin Sanchez and Ruth Carroll. First Net: Judy Miller, Diane Thompson, Linda Neal and Linda Brooks. Second Net: Jenine Fraser, Dottle Hattich, Cindy Miller and Debbie Pellegrini. Annie Oakley Flight: First Gross: Toni Dick, Carolyn Osborn, Kathleen Graham and Judy Dye. Second Gross: Mary Ann Crowe, Debbie Cavin, Ann Verutti and Cheryl Breennan. First Net: Victoria Cook, Pam Cummings, Dee Walker and Renee Miller. Second Net: Virginia Luhring Diane Trainor, Diane Romig and JoAnn Lake. Our thanks and appreciation for a job welt done goes to our Invitation Leader Jenine Fraser. Plumas Pines Men's Club Sept. 17, the smoke cleared and it turned into a beautiful fall-like day as 22 golfers paired up in two-man teams to play a game of Modified Scotch (Alternate Shot). Each player hit their drive and then hit their partner's ball on the second shot. The team then selected the best ball of the two and alternated shots into the hole. It's a challenging format and a great team game, as both players are critical on every hole. Here are the winners: Day Flight: first - 62 - Jim Talbott and Ernie Givani; second- 64 - Stene Munsen and Gary Maniery; third - 66 - Kim Roberts and Paul Jeglum. Spieth Flight: first - 67 -Larry Walker and Randy McDonald; second - 68 - John Donohue and Russ Bowring; third - 69 - Frank Motzkus and Dave Stone. Low Goss honors for the day go to the team of Steve Munsen and Gary Maniery, with a score of 70. Steve and Gary were deadly on the greens racking up four birdies and an eagle (on Hole 13). After golf, the players retired to Longboards for the annual Fall Meeting and Luncheon. Players dined on pizza and salad while championship winners were recognized and a new Board of Directors was elected for the 2016 season. The Travel Team wrapped up their season with a home-and-away match with the men's club of Sierra Sage. The PP boys stumbled with a big loss at home but played well enough on the road on Tuesday to claim the league title. (Thanks to the Graeagle Meadows team who gave the eventual second place team a thumping on the last day of play.) The season ending Grand Finale for the Travel Team will be Oct. 6 at Sierra Sage GC in Reno. There is a $50 fee for Green fees, cart and lunch and a $5 Sweeps bet. Teams will be drawn from all clubs via an ABCD draw and the game will be four-man teams playing the two best net balls. Sign up in the Pro Shop by Sept. 27. All players are welcome -- you do not have to have played on the Travel Team to participate. Graeagle Men's Results. Monday Madness on Sept. 14 was played with a little change in the weather. Fall was in the air. However, the team of Tom Fregulia and John Grasso were undeterred as they put together an outstanding best ball score of 56. Dan and Holly Anderson took second with a 62, a score that many times would be good for first. Jac Castleton and Tom Gossett tied with Gary Reid and Carol Miller to finish in third place with scores of 63. On a cool and windy Tuesday, the season long Sierra Nevada Travel Cup matches concluded. This is a series of matches between teams from Graeagle Meadows, Plumas Pines, Diamond Mountain, Sierra Sage, Washoe, and Fernley. With a win over Fernley at Graeagle Meadows on Tuesday, the men of Graeagle secured third place behind the winners Plumas Pines and runner up Fernley. Lake Almanor Country Club's Women's Golf Club On Tuesday, Sept. 1, the members of the LACC Women's Golf Club played a s ramble before their monthly meeting and luncheon. In the first flight, Karen Schmidt and Lee Hunter won first place, Marcia Spooner and Carol Griswold came in second and Madeline Furman and Jean Rolls came in third place. In the second flight, Collette Prentke and Martha Vlahos won first place and Kathy Fuller and Nancy Foote came in second On Tuesday, Sept. 8, the game of the day was Just Gross & Putts and the day belonged to Maggie Fleming. With a score of 87, she broke 90 for the first time, won first place in her flight, made a birdie and a chip-in and won the putting contest. In the first flight, after Maggie, Mary Craig came in second, Carol Lunsford came in third and Madeline Furman came in fourth place In the second flight, Linda Yaap won first place, Karen Schmidt came in second, Joan Johnson in third, and Jean Rolls in fourth place. Carol Lunsford also made a birdie. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the information to by Friday at 3p.m. 21.1 Laurel Lane Chester (530)258-2201 As a new dentist in Chester, I am very pleased to say... 24dvertising Works"! During the past month, our new patients say they saw our ad in the newspaper! Thank you Feather Publishing Co., for helping us to get the word out! Sincerely, CHESTER FAMILY Dr. Arthur Abordo, DDS DENTISTRY Greg Knight Fairgrounds Saturday, Oct. Sports Editor 17. The Harvest Festival 5K/10K/Family Fun Run Mountain Passages is will be held in conjunction sponsoring the 2015 Harvest with Plumas Arts annual Festival Run at the Harvest Festival also at the Plumas-Sierra County fairgrounds. LET US SAVE YOU TIME & MONEY REACH 75+ MtLLtO~ READERS WffH ONE ORDER, ONE BILL~ Cormnur~t~ C|~ssif[ect lx $650 Statewide ~" 25 words~245+ papers $435 North/S485 South i~/,. Da~ly C~assified 7 days $995 '" 25 words~41 papers~7 days $650 North/S650 South ~,.. CLA$SWtED COMBO 8 days $1,270 ;~ 25 words~282+ papers Statewide DISPLAY - CemmunL~ New~#.~pers ~' 140+ papers lx $1,600 2x2 Statewide; lzes: 2x2; 2x4;2x5; 2x6 $1,240 2x2 No.; $1,240 2x2 So. CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPERS DELIVER! Topsoil & Manure .... 12 yards, delivered* $350 Manure Only ........... 12 yards, delivered* $350 - Screened and Processed - SAND & GRAVEL AVAILABLE Call (530) *Susanville area, call for outlying areas. Pre-registrati0n is available online at, and on-site registration will begin at 8 a.m., the day of the event. The 10K runners will leave the fairgrounds at 9 a.m. and run a course on Bell Lane, East Carol Lane, Quincy Junction Rd. and back. 5K runners will start at 9:10 a.m. and run a similar course with a turnaround at Quincy Junction Rd. The Family Fun Run will take place at the fairgrounds for children 10-and-under and their families and will begin at 9:15 a.m. All proceeds will go to Mountain Passages and be used to fund the Girls Rite and Digging In programs. The cost of the run is $30, pre-registration, or $35 the day of the run for ages 19-and-over. Students 11 to 18 are $20, pre-registration, or $25 the day of the run. Donations are requested for the Family Fun Run. Participants must sign a waiver on the day of the event. Those under 18 must have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian. To encourage participation by student sports teams from local schools or Feather River College, teams with five or more participants may run for a total fee of $50. Coaches should have information and waivers. Prizes will be awarded for first place in every age group, and all participants will receive a pumpkin from Five Foot Farm and a large Digging In sticker. Raffle tickets will be for sale before, during and after the run. Local artists and merchants have donated raffle prizes. Snacks and beverages will be provided for participants and their families. Contact Julie at 283-3619 for more information.