Sheteron outing suceeds

Published 8:42 am Thursday, August 5, 2004

By Staff
The fifth annual Joseph Sheteron Scholarship Golf Scramble at Diamond Lake Golf Course in Cassopolis was once again a success.
Taking home first place honors were the team of Jim Bradford, Geri Bradford, Dan Purlee and Natalie Cole.
The second place team was captained by Amy Hughes, while the third place team was captained by Peter Gardner.
The longest drive winners were Natalie Cook and Eric Arnold. The closest to the pin winners were Cook and Jim Hughes.
Tournament organizers would like to thank the following tee sponsors: Guy Eby Insurance Agency, Service Oil Company, Pinnacle Athletic Club, Geegan Carpet, G.W. Jones Bank, Cassopolis Dental - John Hayman D.D.S, Julie Renner and Greg Cowles, Hoffman Sharpening, Westrate and Thomas Attorneys at Law, James McClure family, Trustcorp Mortgage, Corbidge Automotive and Shafer Meat Market.
Other tee sponsers were: H.E. Long Inc., CMS Concrete, Lunkers, Barb Zablocki - Remax Real Estate, S&R Jewlers, Porky's, Center for Financial Design, Burns Rent-All, West Star Auto Body, Hopman Jewlers and Mike Knepple Builders.
They would also like to thank hole-in-one sponsor Walker Farm &Garden.
Contributors John Norton of Washington, D.C., Greg and Sherry Hiatt, Jerry and Linda Hurlbutt, Kevin Dockerty, Doug Connor family and Mike and Phyllis Schmuhl were also thanked.