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Page B-4 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 3, 2014 Golf tourney raises $60K Money will be used for equipment at MGH By EMILY HANSON emily@masoncoun com Mason General Hospital now has money available for the Vital Signs Telemetry System for the information technology depart- ment. The Mason General Hos- pital Foundation raised more than $60,000 with the 20th an- nual Quality Care Open on Fri- day at LakeLand Village Golf Course. "It's just such a fun event be- cause of so much cooperation we get from so many people," said Jack Stark, steering committee chair. "The cooperation makes it easy to do the tournament and it's a great benefit for Mason Gen- eral Hospital." Jen Capps, chief development and communication officer at Ma- son General Hospital & Family of Clinics, said the preliminary amount raised at the tournament was more than $60,000 in cash and in-kind donations. The total amount wasn't available at dead- line. The tournament had 180 golf- ers split into 36 teams of five, and three teams were declared first- place winners. The gross winners of the hand- icap division were Carsten Eisen- barth, JoVanna Eisenbarth, Rob- in McClymonds, Jan Merriman and Karl Denison. Also in the handicap divi- Journal photo by Emily Hanson Gary Diemert putts on hole No. 1 of Generation II on Friday during the Quality Care Open at LakeLand Village Golf Course in Allyn. Diemert golfed on a five-man team, which wore matching outfits, for Mason General Hospital. Together, they birdied the first hole. sion, the No. 1 net team was team Hiawatha: Tom Keeler, Larry Stevens, Steve Renecker, Toni Stevens and MacKenzie Stevens. Finally, team Manke won the non-handicap net first place. The golfers on team Manke were Scott Manke, Kellen Manke, Mike Manke, Doug Koch and Mac McI- nelly. Although rain greeted the golf- ers Friday morning, by the time the tournament started, it had slowed to a drizzle. "The weather finally cooper- ated," Stark said. "The sun came up by the aPcernoon and it was great." He said the best-ball, five- person scramble tournament was fun to compete in because nobody cares about their score. The other tournament winners were: Net handicap division: 2nd, Key Bank (Gayle Weston, Gary Koch, Bill Smith, Tonya Smith and Brex Sowers); 3rd, Christ- mas Village (Barbara Ingraham, Scott Ingraham, Steve Ingraham, Tim Ingraham and Craig Frit- chl); and 4th, team Coach Stark (Jack Stark, Paul Johansson, John Bunting, Bob Owens and Dan Hartley). Net non-handicap division: 2nd, Skanska team (Dan Fred- erick, Dave Frederick,. Craig Hannah, Kris Johnson and Kurt Owens); 3rd, Dynamic Collectors (Ryan Hamilton, Danny Blaser, Jordan Klumper, Brandon John- son and Chad Raish); and 4th, Electrocom Team (Daryle Skaug- stad, Keith Geary, Ben Swerk, Art Ricketts and Stan Thomp- son). Alderbrook Properties presents the 4th Annual Love INC Golf Tournament, Ball Drop & Dinner Joining the day-long activities will be Carol James, wife of the late UW Football Coach - Don James, and ROOT SPORTS anchor Angle Mentink. GOLF: The scramble format event will start with registration at 9 a.m., followed by a meal at 2:30 p.m. The cost to play is $100 per player and includes green fees, tee packets, prizes, and dinner. Golf carts are $19 per person extra. To register for the tournament, go to www.AlderbrookGolf.com. GOLF BALL DROP: Get a ticket. Watch your ball drop from a helicopter at the Tournament. Lots of winners. BIG cash prizes. Call Love INC - 462-LOVB (5683) - for tickets. Love INC Love In the Name of Christ of Mason County' 221 W. Railroad, Suite 10 Shelton, WA 98584 (360) 462-5683 All proceeds go to Love INC of Mason County, a 501 C(3) which mobilizes the local Churches in Mason County to assist those in need. 50% of our Golf proceeds are raised from outside of Mason County. Last year, Love INC helped 1029 adults and 856 children. Title Sponsor Alderbrook Properties Tournament Sponsor Falcon Financial, Inc./ Drew Macgwen Golf Cart Sponsor Our Community Credit Union Tent Sponsor All About Parties Hole-in-One Prize Sponsors Gillis Auto Center, Arnold Smith Insurance Tee Packet Sponsor Green Diamond Resource Company Event Photo Sponsor Comcast Helicopters Sponsor (Ball Drop) Olympic Air Banner Sponsors Manke Lumber Simpson Lumber Alta Forest Products, LLC Event Sponsor Alderbrook Resort & Spa Special Game Prizes/ Pastor Appreciation Bill & Carol Kendrick Golf Ball Drop Medicine Shoppe Media Sponsor KMAS Radio I /HI [i!i i00ll' !I I 1 Bulldogs practice for summer basketball camp Team heads to 6onzaga July 17 By EMILY HANSON emily@masoncounty com As the weather heats up, a mix of veteran and young players have been warming up on the bas- ketball court at North Mason High School. The high school boys basketball team finished its spring league season last week, but will con- tinue practicing until it goes to camp in a few weeks. "We had some games where we battled hard, but it was tough at times," head coach Steve Hackett said. "During the spring, we didn't have the whole roster be- cause of athletes playing other sports." The Bulldogs played against other teams from the 2A Olympic League at South Kitsap High School. Now that the spring season is over, Hackett said the Bulldogs will practice in the mornings for two hours. "It's really more for individual skill devel- opment," he said of the summer practices. "We spend a lot of time working on fundamen- tals." Many of the athletes are lifting weights with the football team in the morning before attend- ing the basketball prac- tices, Hackett said. "They're getting a 00qfS easier to get u#, come to the gym and work when you've got a good group of guys in the gym," Steve Hackett, NMHS head boys basketball coach pretty good workout," he added. "I'm liking the participation I'm seeing. It's easier to get up, come to the gym and work when you've got a good group of guys in the gym." Most of the athletes at the summer prac- tices have been return- ing varsity players, but Hackett said a few in- coming freshmen have been showing up to work on their game. On July 17, the Bull- dogs will go to Genzaga University for a four-day camp. "They' H have games every day and then after the games, the Gonzaga coaches and players will spend a lot time doing skill devel- opment," Hackett said. "Hopefully, hearing it from someone else will help them take it a step further." MCSA This Week AT THE RANGE Non-Members Welcome Memberships Available July 5, 10:00 am-3:30 pm First Steps Pistol Class has been canceled due to the long holiday weekend. July 6, Sunday 9:00 am USPSA Fast paced move and shoot, runs into the afternoon, not revolver friendly. 9mm semi-auto or larger. Bring your eye and heating protection and check out the action as a spectator. $20.00 equipment list on our website. July 8, Tuesday 6:00 P.M. Action Pistol League Move and shoot for .38 special, 9Am pistol and up. 48 rounds on a mix of targets, awards after 5 matches. This is a very popular event at the range, $6.00 for members and $8.00 for non-members. Spectators are welcome, bring eye and ear protection. July 10, Thursday Winchester .22 Pistol Marksmanship 100 plus rounds Any .22 pistol in safe operating condition. Self-paced awards based program. $6.00 members $8.00 non-members COMING UP: July 12, Saturday 10:00 am- 2:00 pm Open Range Day The indoor range is open to the public, $12.00"per lane. You may share a lane with another person, one shooting at a time. One paper target with fee, more available to purchase at $.25 apiece. Please bring all firearms unloaded and in a bag or box..22 rifle and most pistols OK. July 19-20, Range Safety Officer Class 10am- 3 pm $100 for members $120 for non-members. This 9 hour class over two days is intended to develop NRA Certified Range Safety Officers who possess the knowledge, skills, and attitude essential to organizing, conducting, and supervising safe shooting activities and range operations. August 2, 10:00 am-3:30 pm First Steps Pistol Class. Firearm and ammunition provided. Applications and payment info on the club website. $50.00 per person. We have fund raising gun raffles, tickets are $2.00 per ticket. See the Ruger Camp rifle or American Classic 1911 and buy tickets at Renegade Guns in Shelton, they are open 10am-5pm Monday-Friday or contact a club member. DID YOUKNOW: MCSA's NRA First Steps Class certificate is accepted as the education requirement for an Oregon concealed carry permit. MASON COUNTY SPORTSMAN' S ASSOCIATION W. 521 Business Park Rd., Shelton Message Phone 427-1102 In www.masoncountysa.com mill