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II ;ll IN ,In tlIR liJ $1illlllmlnlM Sill| 2C Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter The winners of the Graeagle Meadows Golf Clubs" 2010 couples best ball tournament was, from left: Carol Miller, Norm Miller, Gary Kinkley and Dan Friedman. Photo submitted Graeagle Meadows awards Another marvelous golf season is coming to a close for the Graeagle Meadows men's and women's golf clubs. The season's Couples Best Ball Tournament and Awards Dinner was Satur- day, Oct. 9. The weather was sunny and warm as was the entire season; the golf course was in beautiful condition; the din- ner at the Coyote Bar & Grill was delicious and all the players hit long straight shots followed by smooth putts into the hearts of the cups. The only disparaging sign is the daylight hours are be- coming shorter and old friends and new friends are starting to head south for the coming winter. However, they have all promised to re- turn in the spring for next summer's golf. The 2010 Couples Best Ball Tournament saw 44 players turn out, led by the colorful foursome in the accompany- ing photo. The first flight winning couple was a tie of Wanda Wideriksen and Brian Hansen and Pat and Norm Nichols. Also tied for second place were Holly and Dan Anderson along with Jan and Marvin Pierce. The second flight winning couple was alsb a tie of Annie Fischer and Tom Balestri and Cheryl and Jim Bren- nan. The second place finish- ers were Susie and Chuck Wiese. Third place went to Lee and Ed Proctor. The 2010 season winning plaques were presented to and for the following: Dan Anderson -- Match Play 1st Flight Champion; Hal Thompson -- Match Play 2rid Flight Champion; Tom Balestri- Senior Low Net Champion; Marvin Pierce -- Super Se- nior Low Gross Champion; and Chuck Pratt -- Low Net 1st Flight Club Championship The second-place team from the St. Bernard flight at the Duffers for the Dogs tournament was (from lef) Jim Brun, Scooter Kidwell, John Kidwell and Steve Munsen. Photo submitted Duffers raises $15,000 Timing-is everything. Af- ter a week of wet weather, High Sierra Animal Rescue could not have asked for a more perfect day to host its sixth annual Duffers for the Dogs Golf Tournament. The tournament was Monday, Oct. 11, at the Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club. This year's event exceeded all expectatiorts, raising $15,000 for the rescued dogs and cats at the High Sierra Animal Rescue shelter. The funds will be used to help High Sierra Animal Rescue continue to meet its mission to rescue homeless, adoptable pets and provide them with the care they need until they can be placed into permanent, loving homes. In addition, the funds will help advance pet welfare by raising public awareness of responsible pet ownership. This year's Duffers for the Dogs golf tournament was a four-person scramble with three flights: St. Bernard, Beagle and Terrier. The win- ners were: St. Bernard flight: First place: Dan McNama- ra, Patty McNamara, Char- lie Cummings, and Pare Cummings Second place: John Kid- well, Scooter Kidwell, Steve Munsen, and Jim Brun Beagle flight First place: Randy Russell, Sharon Russell, Dave Rice, and Fran Rice Second place: Robert Williams, Dave Hulbert, Gary Hansen, and Jeanie Hansen Terrier flight: First place: Cathy Kurdup- ski, Howard Johnson, Gil Driscoll, and Mike Barton Second place: Bill Morris, Karl Ashley, Bob Miglorie, and Dave Hofheimer Closest-to-the-hole win- ners were: Pam Cummings on hole 3 in first with 20 feet 8 inches and Sharon Russell on hole 3 in second with 29 feet 1 inch. On the llth, Scooter Kid- well in first with 14 feet 4 inches and Priscilla Piper on hole 11 in second with 14 feet 5 inches. On hole 7, Ron Kvikstad in first with 10 feet 11 inches and Steve Munsen in second with 11 feet 3 inches. On the 16th, Dave Hofheimer in first with 5 feet 4 inches and Paul Jeglum, second with 6 feet 4 inches. As always, High Sierra Animal Rescue attributes the success of this tourna- ment to the many sponsors and donors who donated to the event; the golfers who participated in the event; the volunteers who put in many hours to ensure its success and the Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club for hosting the event. High Sierra Animal Res- cue looks forward to part- nering with Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club in 2011, for what has now become a lo- cal Columbus Day tradition: the annual Duffers for the Dogs Golf Tournament. GOLF RESULTS Whitehawk Ranch Ladies ous awards, including cash The Whitehawk Ranch prizes and gift certificates, at ladies golf club wrapped  oar' anra! luncheon held the season's golf events with Q. 5, at The Lodge at White- the final Ace of Aces mafCK hawk. Sept. 28. Ten ladies had quali- Once again, the Lodge put fled to play in the finals, but only five could make it this late in the season. Our low gross Ace of Aces winner this year is Marcia Zeigler, who shot a round of 80 that day. Our low net Ace of Aces winner was Christy Randall, with a round of 67 to win it. The winners received vari- on a first class event, with beautifully decorated tables and a delicious luncheon for the ladies. Our club champi- on, Marcia Zeigler, and our captain's cup champ, Della Miller, received two beauti- fully engraved crystal vases. Cash prizes were also awarded to the runners-up in the gross and net divisions: Patty McNamara and Denise Stein for second places and Lynn Smith and Diane Romig for third places. Lynn Smith was awarded a pro shop gift certificate for again winning match play, and the runners-up, Patty McNamara and Marcia Zei- gler, also received certifi- cates. One final award went to Marcia Zeigler for once again this year being our most im- proved player at Whitehawk. The Whitehawk ladies want to thank their past president, Pamela Burke, for all her hard work and tireless efforts, and they want to congratulate Denise Stein on being nominated as the new WHRLGC president for 2011. The ladies have only a few more play dates before the Whitehawk The Whitehawk Ranch ladies had a lovely awards luncheon Oct. 5. Back row, from left: Laurie McKenzie, Ruth Marchetti, Denise Stein, Aggie Keese, Virginia Luhring, Toni Dick, Marcia Zei- Bier and Patsy Purvis. Front row, from left: Ginny Kylberg, Christy Randall, Lynn Smith, Pamela Burke and Della Miller. Photo submitted Urgent news for people who had HIP REPI.ACEMENT Several hip replacement systems used since 2003, including i ones rode I ly and Zimmer, have been recalled or [ golf course closes for this sea- weeks. Twomoreto go! had sales suspended due to an increased need for a second kip replacement. If you had or need a second hip son Sunday, Oct. 24. Tuesday, Oct. 5, the game replacement or age having un _eted hip problem, call us now for a flee cousultat/-on at 1-800-THE-EAGLE (toll-freeL No fees or costs until your case settles. We practice law only in -1ona, but associate with lawyers throughout the U.8. i;i ,= GOLDBERG & OSBORNE 1  lam= 1-800-THE,-EAGLE , (1-800-843-3245) :ii i www. 18OOtheeagle.com Celebrating 33-Years of Awareness and Education i Northeastern Rural Health Clinics 6 offers a wide variety of women's health services. j, , Family Planning Well Woman Care I OB/GYN Services DISABILITY Deliveries by Physicians and I Nurse Midwife . Health & Childbirth Education Mammogram Referrals " , Please call 530-251-5000 to make an appointment or for more information about the i services that Northeastern offers. Remember... (775) 826-1616 i "Early detection is the best prevention." i I  Northeastern Rural Health Clinics i! se hablal "877"832"87Tespafiol iI "" , DISABILITY ASSOCIATES z,/ Plumas Pines Women's The season is coming to an end pretty quickly! Here are our results for the last two of the day was "Red & White." The ladies played nine holes from the red tees and nine holes from the white. The low gross winner was Janet Holladay (who also got the only chip-in!) Low net was awarded to Cathy Cian- ciolo, and 2nd low net went to Jennifer Zumbro. The following Tuesday, the game was "Cops" where points are received for those and other hazards. Winning first place with a great round was Janet Holladay with "0" cops. Second place went to Renee Walker with "1" and awarded the Perseverance Prize was Mary Peters who had 9. 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