Fourth CCCC Foundation Harnett Golf Classic a winner
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Members of the first flight winning team in the fourth Central Carolina Community College Foundation ... (more)
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DUNN - Opportunity was the big winner as golfers wrapped up the fourth Central Carolina Community College Foundation Harnett Golf Classic March 30 at Chicora Golf Club.
A total of 72 golfers played in the Classic, combining fun with the serious goal of raising funds to assist CCCC students who need financial help to stay in college. Over $15,000 was raised. The proceeds will be used primarily for scholarships.
"I think the tournament was a huge success," said Jonathan Hockaday, CCCC Golf Classic coordinator. "The support from the Harnett County community and businesses is what helped make this tournament what it was. We are looking forward to having this event for years to come."
The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization affiliated with, but independent of, the college. It receives donations of money and equipment on behalf of CCCC and uses them to promote the educational mission of the college and assist students through scholarships and grants.
The Harnett County Golf Classic was a Four-Person Captain's Choice Flighted competition with three flights. The winners, team scores, and sponsors were:
First Place: 52 - Kenny Stewart, Jeremy Milton, Jeremy Nevius, Josh Goheen - Sponsored by Four Oaks Bank.
Second Place: 52 - Dylan Frank, Hylton Lawrence, Elmon Williams, Thurman Tart - Sponsored by Thomas Drug Store.
Third Place: 56 - Steve Malone, Fred Rambeaut, Nick Skatell, Chris Hockaday - Sponsored by DSC.
First Place: 57 - Travis Bailey, Justin Gaines, Collin Peregoy, Phil Bradley - Sponsored by First Bank.
Second Place: 57 - Tracy Parker, Jason Bethune, Jake Womble, Georgio Boussias - Sponsored by Hayes, Williams, Turner & Daughtry, PA.
Third Place: 58 - Joe Tart, Larry Messer, John Wiggins, Paul Godwin - Sponsored by Tart Law Group.
First Place: 59 - Vernon Cox, Robbie Currin, Gene Wright, Mike Stewart - Sponsored by Salmon Law Firm.
Second Place: 60 - Doug Baer, Tim Rech, Marty Priebe, George Shaffer - Sponsored by Harnett Health.
Third Place: 61 - Ron Jenkins, Nick Tyner, Mickey Thompson, Dean Debardeladen - Sponsored by Parrish Daughtry.
Closest to the pin winners were Jimmy Coleman and Jeremy Nevius. Longest drive winner was Paul Howell. Clint Knox won the putting contest.
Elmon Williams made a hole-in-one on Hole No. 7 to win a car. The hole-in-one was sponsored by Dorman Cadillac-GMC.
Travis Bailey and Parrish Daughtry were tournament co-chairmen. Other tournament committee members were Lee Malone, Rebecca Parker, Brad Salmon, and John Snipes, as well as CCCC President Dr. T. Eston Marchant.
Gold sponsors were Ace Services, Diversified Service Contracting, Inc.; Eastern Carolina Medical Center; First Bank - Lillington; First Federal Bank - Dunn; Four Oaks Bank; Oscar Harris & Associates, PA; Hayes, Williams, Turner & Daughtry, PA; HP Group, LLC; Dr. Ritesh Patel; Julian and Cynthia Philpott; The Salmon Law Firm, LLP; Select Bank; Tart Law Group, PA; Thomas Drug Store; Turlington Real Estate Group, Inc.; Whittenton Builders, Inc.; Bill Tyson; J. Michael Williams, DDS; and Womble Rental Management.
Silver sponsors were A Cleaner Tomorrow/Wilson's Cleaners; Arc 3; Ellis Barbour & Sons, Inc.; BB&T; Bradham Chiropractic Clinic; Broad Street Deli; C&D Insurance Service, Inc.; Carolina Therapy Services; Alton R. Gower, Jr., CPA, PA; Jeffrey's Florist; Jones & Jones PLLC; Martin Edwards & Associates; Jason Price; Milton Realty Group; Morrison Farms; My Eyes Optometry - Dr. Allen Byrd; The Normann Financial Group; O'Quinn Peebles Phillips Funeral Home; Re/Max Advantage - Susan Chriscoe; RET House Interiors; Salmon Farms; Signature Re/Max Realty - Larry Daughtry; Skatell & Associates; Vernon K. Stewart, District Attorney; Hugh Surles Builders; Tart Insurance; Tri-Tronics Pro Electronics; and TRP CPA's.
Hole-in-one sponsor was Dorman Cadillac-GMC Truck Inc. In-kind gifts and door prizes were by Anderson Creek Golf Course, BB&T, Buddy's Jewelry, Chicora Golf Course, Pepsi Bottling Ventures, and Zaxby's.
For information about the Foundation, donating to it, establishing a scholarship, or other fund-raising events, contact Emily Hare, executive director of the CCCC Foundation, 919-718-7230, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Information is also available at the CCCC Foundation website, www.cccc.edu/foundation.
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