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Wednesday, July 6, 2011 Bulletin, Progressive, PinePress, Record, Reporter Tuesday, July 5, 2011 Lassen County Times GOLF RESULTS Lake Almanor Women's Golf Club We had a fun and exciting day June 23. Our game was Ts & Ss. First flight winners were Linda Kluge in first place, Kathy Sherman in second place. Second flight winners were Shirley Friedricks in first place, Judy Cooper in second place. A big congratulations to Linda Kluge on her hole-in- one on No. 6. Way to go, Linda. Karen Nelson won the chip-in money this week. Great job ladies. LACC Women's Golf Club The ladies managed to play at least nine holes of "cha cha cha" before it began to rain Tuesday, June 28. The four- person teams took the three best net scores on the par 3s, the two best net scores on the par 4s and the single best net score on the par 5s. The tour- nament chairs were able to configure a nine-hole competi- tion for that rainy day, and the following emerged as our winners. The team of Trudy Leete, Lee Hunter, Joan Eychner (guest) and Peggy Lentz came in first place with a score of 56. Car- olyn Lowrey, Marcia Spooner, Jan Reese (blind draw) and Collette Prentke came in sec- ond with a score of 58. In third place, the team of Martha Herr, Kathy Roseler, Evelyn Ro- driguez and Barbara Mar- quardt had a score of 59. There was a three-way tie for fourth place with a score of 62 among the team of Cindy Wittenberg, Karen Schmidt, Judie Crain and Meg Eaton; and the team of Kathy Chuchel, Joyanne Soderholm, Claudine Gurney and Madeleine Protsman; and the team of Jessie King, Kathy Fuller, Carol Griswold and Angle Gamble. Dana Seandel and Trudy Leete both had birdies on hole No. 17. Cindy Wittenberg had a chip-in on hole No. 5. Congrat- ulations ladies and congratula- tions to all of our winners! George Friedrichs tournament A great day for all: The Chimney Fund and Chester High School's baseball and softball teams shared in over $3,200. Although no one won the hole-in-one prizes, the golfers had a fun day of play. Closest to the pin on hole No. 6 were Jim Treanor for the men and Linda Layland for the ladies. Accuracy on hole No. 9 were Paul Harrison and Shirley Friedrichs. Distance honors went to Andy Lazos and Lou Johnson. Team winners were: First place: George Friedrichs, Dan Dunkly, Bob Webber and Devin Sheehy. Second place: Lou Johnson, Karen Treanor, Gina Taylor and Linda Laylor. Third place: Arlene Cary, Bob Cary, Adriene Fagalde and Ed Fagalde. Fourth place: Alex Pankhurst, Justin Chambers and Andy Lazos (only three players on this team). Fifth place: Bob Johnson, Dutch Holland, Jim Treanor and Bob Brockway. Mt. Huff Golf Scores The clouds parted, the sun came out and so did the golfers for the Wednesday morning scramble at Mt. Huff Golf Course. First place team honors went to Jim Bryant, Dick Grace and Don Sheffield. In second place was the team of Gary Hughes, Ralph Cote and Bob Clark. Closest-to-the-pin competi- tion was won by Bob Clark. There was no chip-in con- test. Lake Almanor Women's Golf Club The June 30 game was a poker run with a best ball. It is always fun to play. We had 11 members playing. The team of Sharon Auge, Kathy Sheenan, Barbara Grams and Cyndy Horn won all the prize money with a combined score of 130. Also, congratulations:to Car- olyn Soper, who had a birdfe o/'No. 9 and alsoto Barbara Rowlands who won the chip-in money for a chip-in on No. 8. Our club is open to any local lady who would like to come out and join us on Thursdays. Just call Sharon Auge for more information at 259-3497. To have your golf club includ- ed in the weekly results, email the information to or fax it to 283-3952 by Friday at 3p.m. Golf Course 18 I lolc Championship Course OPEN SUMMER SPECIALS Tuesday All Day & Sunday after .lpm S55 (includes cart) Graeagle Meadows Golf Course Restaurant Breakfast & Lunch 7 Days Full Bar Deck Dining Pro Shop 836-2323 * Restaurant 836-2348 I lwy 89, Graeagle MT HUFF GOLF COURSE HWY 89 & ARLINGTON RD. CRESCENT MILLS 4528 yards ... Par 66 SAT., JULY 9 " FUN! FUN! 3 PERSON CHA CHA CHA SCRAMBLE call for more info. MON., JULY 1 1 - FRI., JULY 15 KIDS CLINIC 9am - Noon *40 OPEN FOR DINNER on Fri. & Sat. 5 - 8pm BRUNCH ON SUNDAYS lO:30am - 1:30pro THURSDAY SCRAMBLES include dinner for =20 Tee times recommended Open Daily 8am-5pm (weather permitting) 284-6204 Golf West, young man: remembering Harvey road, one day in the dump, some guys drive up and tell us to leave. Since we were the king s of the dump we asked them why. They said Harvey didn't want anyone getting hurt. We knew we GOLF PROSE wouldn't get hurt, but we MARC TERRY knew and respected Harvey This is not how I wanted the 2011 golf season to start. First off, Mother Nature suppressed our golfing aspi- rations with the second sea- son of the winter that wouldn't leave. But then to have Harvey West pass on is a deep hard loss to the com- munity and me. I have been coming to Graeagle since I was in diapers and Harvey was always a big part of that. He knew my great-un- cle Bert, who co-founded what is now Plumas Pines Golf Resort, and I have known and respected him since I can remember com- ing to Graeagle. As a kid my friend Phil Brugerman and I would go to the former Graeagle dump, pick out bottles and place them in strategic spots. They were the Ger- man army and we were, of course, the U.S. army armed with rocks. The last bottle was always Hitler. Any West, so we begrudgingly asked if we could kill Hitler before leaving, and they al- lowed us to. Years later another friend and I were jumping off the concrete wall at the Graea- gle Millpond -- way back then you could do that. Any course, some guy walks over from the big red barn and tells us we can't do what we're doing. I happen to be standing on top of the wall at the time and I say, "Yes I can," and I jump in. Well, he's not too happy about this and tells me that Harvey .doesn't want anyone getting hurt. So once again I am thwarted, not by my fear of, but rather my respect for Harvey West. Guess he got us to do the right thing for the right reason just by be- ing a good guy. We need more of that kind of guy these days. Harvey West used his time well, making Graeagle a bet- ter place than he found it. This is a huge understate- ment considering what he achieved between 1957 and 2011. Yes, we all suffer from the endless "what's broken now, how to fix it and how to pay for it" syndrome, but imagine managing a whole town full of this. It was a 365/24/7 job. Yet I still envy him because he lived a life intimately connected to what he did on a day-to-day basis and just look at what he achieved. Whether I was young then or old now, it was always a treat when driving through Graeagle to see Harvey crossing the street and wave and yell "Hello" to him as he was on his way to get a chili burger and apple pie at the Graeagle Restaurant. I still look for him crossing the street when I drive through town. I guess I'll have to wave and smile to some oth- er people instead. Harvey would like that. Another thing Harvey would like is that my sum- mer junior golf program will start July 5 with in- struction Clinics on Tues- days from 10 a.m. to noon and Nine-Hole Play Days on Wednesdays from 4 to 7 p.m. My big three-day Ju- nior Golf Camp is July 25, 26 and 27 from 1 to 7 p.m., which features lunch, two hours of instruction then nine holes Of golf each day with a fun prize-filled tour- nament on the last day. You can get the entry form at the Graeagle Meadows golf shop or call me at 836-0876 or email me at mter- for more into. One last thing about Har- vey: He wanted everyone to enjoy the natural beauty of his golf course, so not only did he not surround his course with houses, but dur- ing a round of golf he would spend more time picking up broken tees and trash and replacing divots than play- ing the game on his own course. So now that summer has found us, come out and en- joy it on his golf course and enjoy the benefits of his life- time of dedication to making Graeagle a better place than he found it. And to honor Harvey and his life's work, I invite you to join Harvey's Heroes -- all you have to do is pick up a broken tee or a piece of trash or replace someone else's divot. It's an easy way to leave the course a better place than you found it. Harvey would like that. Golf Course Locat )r Map , Bailey Creek () Diamond Mountain SUSANVILLE ... (IL  )!I ,GREENVILLE CHESTER I! tqiill;00 () Feather River Inn I Feather River Park ( Graeagle Meadows ( Grizzly Ranch ( Lake Almanor Country Club ( Lake Almanor West ( Mt. Huff 0 Nakoma ( Plumas Pines ( Whitehawk Ranch To Chico + QUINCY GRAEAGLE Da  l.(d(, 8 PORTOLA To ""'" ........ " .... , Reno i t'o,Truckee ...... G01f Resort Now OPEN Public Always Welcome Green Fees: $60 Week Days $75 Weekends Twilight After 2:00 pm: $40 Week Days $50 Weekends All Rates Include Cart 832-5067 348 Bear Run - Clio ~ OffA-15 " INN GOLF Ladies Group Lessons Starting July 11 @ 6pm for 5 Mondays limited to 8 ladies ~ *75 Instruction by Brian Dahmer, PGA New Head Golf Professional for Nakoma Golf Resort and Feather River Inn Golf Call (530) 836-1253 65899 Highway 70, Blairsden-Graeagle