Save the Date for the 19th annual Golf Tournament Presented by Data Facts to be held at the Links at Galloway on September 20, 2014 with an 8AM Shotgun Start. Tournament highlights include Lunch (Lisa’s Lunchbox), Trophy Awards, a silent and live auction, putting, closest to the pin and longest drive contests. The first hole-in-one wins a car!
Thanks again to all who joined us for last year’s tournament. All proceeds benefitted COMEC (The Commission on Missing and Exploited Children). Guests enjoyed an 8AM shotgun start and a chance to win a 2013 Honda Civic sponsored by Wolfchase Honda and a chance to win $5,000.00 cash by making a hole-in-one. Lunch was provided by Central BBQ, and an awards presentation and a live and silent auction followed. It is with sincere appreciation that we recognize the 100+ individuals who participated, the numerous local companies who donated auction items, board members who assisted and attended, volunteers from the Junior League of Memphis and the following donors:
Ashley Furniture Bally’s Casino Bill and Sandy Robinson
Broadway Pizza Central BBQ Charlie’s Liquors
Chik-Fil-A City Auto Elaine Neeley
Folks Folly Gibson Foundation Golfsmith’s
Gordon Food Service Humdingers Incredible Pizza
Jerl Cromeans Oil Paintings Kelvin Baldwin Lakeside Behavioial Health
Memphis Grizzlies Millworks Morningwood
Memories and More Mike and Patsy Hancock Papa Johns
Papa Joe’s Hot Sauce Peabody Hotel Pig-n-Whistle
Ron Wong St. Francis Hospital Bartlett St. Francis Hospital Park Avenue
Summerall Electric Shred Shops of Memphis Vantage Point Golf
Wyndyke Country Club Youth Villages and more….
1st place - (Score, 51) Walter Hill, Kirk Phillips, Ronnie Raney and Bud Webb
Note: Ronnie has played in all of COMEC’s previous golf tourneys!
2nd place - (Score, 52) Geoff Faulk, Richie Hall, George Harrison and Steve Miller (City Auto Team)
3rd place - (Score 53) David Apperson, Larry Hilburn, Fred Kelly and Steve Todd
Closest to the Pin – Billy Duncan
Longest Drive – Rhonda Wilcox
Note: Both Billy and Rhonda were with the St. Francis Hospital Team
The day’s featured item, a Gibson Guitar which just so happened to be in COMEC blue, was auctioned for $1,075. Through the ticket sales and fundraising at this year’s event, we were able to raise nearly double the funds for the Commission on Missing and Exploited Children than we raised last year. Thank you again for your continued support.
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Focusing on the safety and protection on children, this episode of The Spark features COMEC’s Executive Director Sgt. Len Edwards as well as board vice president Patti Phelps of Phelps Security.