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HUMANE SOCIETY GOLF SCRAMBLE A SUCCESS

June 23, 2003 – The Annual Red White and Blue Golf Scramble for the benefit of the Humane Society of St. Thomas, held on Sunday at Mahogany Run, was a great success for the society and participants alike.
This year's golf outing came off without a hitch thanks to the ICC/Prosser Foundation, the event's sponsor, and the many volunteers and players, a release from the Humane Society stated.
"We had 108 players this year and hope to have raised around $15,000 for the operation of the shelter," a Humane Society spokesman said.
In an unexpected illustration of the event's purpose two abandoned dogs brought to the tournament by Cara Hinton and Zona Corbin were adopted into new homes.
The tournament was a best-ball scramble, and the following are the results:
First Place
Gross – 59
Net – 49
Steve Miller, Eric Horstmeyer, Rob Ripley and Robert Behling.
Second Place
Gross – 59
Net – 51
Russell Horton, Mufaro Dube, Sam Topp and Wilfred Smith.
Third Place
Gross – 59
Net – 52
Edwin Rosado, Trever Levine, Rudi Puig and Glen Lewis.
Closest to the Pin
Barbara O'Brien, 4th hole.
Sam Topp, 8th hole.
Longest Drive
Christine Laiben, 9th hole.
Bill Anderson, 3rd hole.

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June 23, 2003 – The Annual Red White and Blue Golf Scramble for the benefit of the Humane Society of St. Thomas, held on Sunday at Mahogany Run, was a great success for the society and participants alike.
This year's golf outing came off without a hitch thanks to the ICC/Prosser Foundation, the event's sponsor, and the many volunteers and players, a release from the Humane Society stated.
"We had 108 players this year and hope to have raised around $15,000 for the operation of the shelter," a Humane Society spokesman said.
In an unexpected illustration of the event's purpose two abandoned dogs brought to the tournament by Cara Hinton and Zona Corbin were adopted into new homes.
The tournament was a best-ball scramble, and the following are the results:
First Place
Gross – 59
Net – 49
Steve Miller, Eric Horstmeyer, Rob Ripley and Robert Behling.
Second Place
Gross – 59
Net – 51
Russell Horton, Mufaro Dube, Sam Topp and Wilfred Smith.
Third Place
Gross – 59
Net – 52
Edwin Rosado, Trever Levine, Rudi Puig and Glen Lewis.
Closest to the Pin
Barbara O'Brien, 4th hole.
Sam Topp, 8th hole.
Longest Drive
Christine Laiben, 9th hole.
Bill Anderson, 3rd hole.

Publisher's note : Like the St. Thomas Source now? Find out how you can love us twice as much -- and show your support for the islands' free and independent news voice ... click here.