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Tourney raises money for Christian Clinic

Thursday, July 3, 2008

The seventh annual Mountain Home Christian Clinic Benefit Golf Tournament was held June 7-8 at Big Creek Golf and Country Club in Mountain Home. The tournament results are as follows:

Championship Flight

1st: Danny Williams, Randy Costa, Randy Shirley: 122; 2nd: Dana Vaccarella, Jeremy Woodbridge, Kim Shepard: 127; 3rd: Andy Wescoat, Dennis Rogers, Mark Baker: 128; 4th: Tim Duncan, Nathan Duncan, Ryan Grathwald: 128

A Flight

1st: Dave Schmitz, Terry Edwards, Isaac Gaston: 129; 2nd: Tim Coleman, Brad Coleman, Gary Hudson: 130; 3rd: Robert Nosari, Al Keller, Lang Zimmerman: 133; 4th: Patrick Burton, Chris Demarest, Lee Valdez: 134

B Flight

1st: Kent Nachtigal, Jim Carr, Dan Swoyer:134; 2nd: Kenny Newth, Rocky Fratesi, Jeremy Flowers: 136; 3rd: Ron Houk, Bill Crampton, Phillip Ellis:138;

4th: Paul Waits, Buster Brady, Andy Blackwell: 138

C Flight

1st: Jerry Estes, Andy McCandlis, Terry Harris:137; 2nd: Julie Bramlett, Bill Bramlett, Randy Kempf: 139; 3rd: Ricky Johnson, Brenden Johnson, Les Spitzer: 143; 4th: Eric Thitoff, Drew Thomas, Mathew Kelly: 143

More than $26,500 was raised for the Mountain Home Christian Clinic's operating fund. Over the past seven years, the annual tournament has raised over $176,500.

The Mountain Home Christian Clinic is an organization of local health care providers and community volunteers that provides free medical, dental, eye and pharmacy services to individuals who have no medical insurance or the means by which to pay for these services.

This year's tournament sponsors were: Yelcot Telephone Company, Calvin & Sissy Czeschin, First Security Bank and CenturyTel.



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