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INJWJiBIIBIJJiIIIIlimhUlIBIJL J J Jk. Jmll lit JIUILL:llll  m IELLIIIIIIIJLHBNN Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 18, 2011 3C Chester team wins Quincy Rotary golf tournament Mike Taborski Publisher mtaborski@plumasnews.com It was a near perfect day for golf with temperatures in the mid-60s and partly cloudy skies for the 99 golfers who gathered at Plumas Pines Golf Resort in Graeagle Saturday, May 14, to compete in the 10th annu- al Quincy Rotary Clay Dyrr Memorial Golf Tournament. Taking first place honors in a four-person scramble format with an astonishing 14,under 58 were Chester area residents Monte Stelzriede, Tim O'Brien, Grant Holliday and Ron Theobald. They each receiveda $50 gift certificate and a round of golf for four redeemable at Plumas Pines. Defending champions Dave Ludington, Zack Rus- sell, Mason Werner and Za- ck Wood just missed a re- peat title with an equally im- pressive 13-under 59. They each won a $50 gift certificate and round of golf for one at Plumas Pines. Feather River College was again well represented in Rotary's tournament with a foursome from the coaching staff and another foursome consisting of four student athletes, who were spon- sored by the college presi- dent and Quincy Rotarian Ron Taylor. Obviously, these FRC foot- ball players Tyler Pine, Tra Ross, Emilious Davis and Mike Hutchings -- are taught how to rack up the points on the football field. Unfortunately, they also ran up their score on the golf course Saturday posting the worst score of the tourna- ment let's just say it was an 18-hole round well over the century mark. But knowing these ath- letes would show significant improvement, with some coaching, co-chairs Steve King and Mike Taborski thought it only fitting to award each of them with a half-hour lesson from one of the PGA teaching profes- sionals at Plumas Pines. Over the past decade, this tournament and its fundraising-style format has become known for the vari- ety of additional contests and prizes offered during play, earning it a reputation of not only being compeH- rive for serious golfers, but fun for the higher handicap- pers as well. The three hole-in-one prizes -- a fully-equipped 2011 Polaris ATV offered by DuPont Power Tools and Pizza Factory in Quincy, and two $5,000 cash prizes courtesy of Plumas Bank, Edward Jones Investment, Flanigan Leavitt Insurance and Les Schwab Tires in Quincy -- again went un- claimed. The men and women's longest-drive winners, also sponsored by Pizza Factory, went to heavy-hitters Tug Shipp and Peggy Glib. Tom and Terri Owens sponsored the closest-to-the- hole contest won this year by Chris Gerdin and Mary Trafton. J. Chubb and Kathy Nor- ris won the men's and women's closest-to-the-rope contest sponsored each year by Dyrr's brother Gil and his sister Christine Smith. As is customary each year, four players each win $100 in a giveaway called "Clay's Cash Kicker" offered by John and Kathy Fehrman and Mike and Keri Taborski. Getting what amounts to their registration entry fee back by luck of the draw were brothers Kurt and Kent Grammer, John Breaux and GOLF TOURNAMENTS May 22 Grizzly Ranch Golf Course will host a charity golf tour- nament for C. Roy Carmichael Elementary School's Outdoor Education Program Sunday, May 22. The tournament will fea- ture a four-man scramble and starts at 11 a.m. with shotgun start. The entry fee is $80 per player for golf, golf cart, range balls and a barbecue lunch. Raffle and prizes will be part of the fun. For more information, contact Shan- non Baty at 832-5616. RSVP by Friday, May i3. June 4 Sierra Hospice will cele- brate its 30th anniversary in 2011, and in recognition of this outstanding accom- plishment, they will be spon- soring a "Good Grief" golf tournament Saturday, June 4, at Bailey Creek Golf Course at Lake Almanor. Registration is at 8 a.m. and play begins with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. The $120 registration fee includes a round of golf with .a shared cart, range balls and an entry gift. The tournament will in- clude entry gifts, raffle prizes, a $5,000 putting con- test, two hole-in-one contests where players can win ei- ther a 2011 Polaris RZR or $5,000 cash, and a tri-tip lunch. For more information about the tournament, or to register to play, call office manager Shirley Canalia at 258-3412. June 5 Tim Gallagher, Walt Steuben and Tera Saefke, all CASA (Court Appointed Spe- cial Advocate) volunteers, have taken their advocacy to a new level by helping to or- ganize Plumas CASA's fourth annual Golf Tourna- ment. This year the tournament will be held at Grizzly Ranch which features a beautiful course designed by Bob Cupp. The tournament will be followed by a dinner catered by Lena's Cantina and a silent auction, which will provide players the op- portunity to bid on golf packages from courses in- cluding Squaw Creek, the Dragon, Plumas Pines: Whitehawk, D'Andrea and Thunder Canyon. P!ayers can also enter to win raffle prizes, including a Nikon digital camera and gift certificates from area restaurants. Plumas CASA recruits, trains and supports volun- teers to become court ap- pointed advocates who speak up for children who are in foster care due to abuse or neglect. Plumas CASA currently is serving 28 Plumas County children through the efforts of 23 vol- unteer advocates. The tournament is set for Sunday, June 5, at Grizzly With a 14-under score of 58, the winning foursome of the Quincy Rotary golf tournament was, from left: Ran Theobald, Grant Holliday, Tim O'Brien and Monte Stelzriede. They are accompanied by Quincy Rotary president Ken George, far right. Photo submitted Players warm up on the driving range at Plumas Pines Golf Resort prior to the 10th annual Quincy Rotary Clay Dyrr Memorial Golf Tournament last Saturday. Photo by Mike Taborski Richard Stockton. Rotary's corporate spon- sors this year included Safe- way, Fuel Star 76, Feather River Disposal and Plumas Bank. Ranch. Contact Joelle Breazier at 283-2227 or info@plumascasa.org for more information, raffle tickets and entry forms. For more information on becoming a child advocate or supporting the CASA pro- gram, contact program man- ager Ann Krinsky at 283-2227 or plumascasa@pcirc.com. To have a benefit golf tour- nament listed in this calen- dar, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com or fax it to 283-3952, attention Shannon. 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