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3Cs: Golf tourney a huge success

Cancer & Community Charities (“3Cs”) held its 2nd Charity Golf Tournament on Saturday, Oct. 5. (The tournament had to be rescheduled from Sept. 28 due to snow.) 3Cs would like to thank its golfers, hole sponsors, donors and Highlands Golf Course for making our event a huge success!

Hole Sponsors: 3Cs Book Club; 3Cs Divas (Sally Barnett, Marni Brunansky, Ann Dare, Nancy Grissom, Rue Keim, Diane Lawrence, Mary Lien, Marylynn Manning, Sue Walker and Sue Wolfe); 3Cs Golf Group; Sherry Beno, Mary Ann Herston, Linda Pedersen and Suzi Wong; Border Sheet Metal & Heating, Annette Durkin; Dick and Judy Gardner; Glenn and Leasa Hansen; In Memory of Tim Aldrich (by Bobbi Freeman); In Memory of Max Hobson (by Mary and Rusty Langhans and Linda Hobson); In Memory of Helen Lipscomb (by Linda Juergensen and Dianne Lipscomb); ISU Haddock & Associates Ins. Services; Hank and Betsy Martin; Frank and Barbara Newland; Post Falls Glass & Screen; Robideaux Motors; Sunshine Paralegal Services, LLC; Steve and Lisa Thomas; and Wellsprint Meadows Assisted Living.

Donors: 3Cs Shady Ladies Mah Jongg Group; Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel — Circling Raven Golf Course; Coeur d’Alene Golf Club; Dixon Golf; Dutch Bros Coffee; Hospice of North Idaho; Kootenai Health Foundation; Meadow Wood Golf Course; The Links; Trailhead at Liberty Lake and Twin Lakes Village Golf Club.

3Cs would like to congratulate the following winners: Team Low Gross (of 66): Ken and Margaret Tompkins, Jerry Bittner and Pat Thyssen; Longest Drive (Men) Tom Miller; Longest Drive (Women) Pat Thyssen; Closest to the Pin: Caleb McIntosh; and Putting Contest: Tom Miller.

RHONDA NEWTON

3Cs Vice President and 2019 3Cs Golf Tournament Chair

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