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Humane Society Golf Scramble A Special Father's Day

June 22, 2004 – It was a special Father's Day for the first place winners of the Humane Society's Annual Red White and Blue Golf Scramble June 20 at the Mahogany Run Golf Course. The first place team led by Mr. Smith Sr., a Mahogany run legend, received a standing ovation when Sam Topp announced its net score of 51. The team included Smith Sr., Smith Jr., Michael Ross and Wilfred David. Other winners included:
Second Place: Judi and Bill Coker, Bill Anderson and Mark Bastin, Net score 51.
Third Place: Art Egger, John Streibich, Peter and Julie Caproni, Net score 52.
Closet to the Pin: Mae Lohman – Hole 4, Wylie Pirkle – Hole 8.
Longest Drive: Lisa Schmid – Hole 9, Bill Anderson – Hole 3.
Thirty teams, of 115 golfers, participated in a best-ball scramble that raised over $18,000 for the operation of the shelter. This was about $5,000 more than was raised last year. Event organizers also found homes for Maxwell, a cocker spaniel, and a gray, shorthaired cat.
Corporate sponsors included: The ICC/Prosser Foundation; Gold: Knight Quality Stations, Corporate Services Group, Theodore Tunick and Co.; Silver: Cardow Jewelers, Globalvest Management Company, Banana Tree Grille, Sun Kissed Properties, Supply Resources, Inc., Investment Security Services, Calypso Realty, Cafe Amici; Bronze: Cruise Ship Excursions, Margate Management, Shell Seekers, Karen Warhol of John Foster Real Estate, Stryker, Duensing, Casner & Dollison, B & W Realty, Baker Magras & Associates, St. Thomas Skyride, Coral World, Enrique P. Rodriquez, and many businesses that contributed to the raffle and volunteers.
Visit the Society's Web site atwww.humanesocietyofstthomas.com for more information about the tournament, shelter programs and animals needing homes, or call 775-0599.

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