|Falmouth Lions Club has many thanks|
The Falmouth Lions club held their annual golf outing on May 16 at the Pendleton Country Club. The weather was perfect for the twelve teams that participated. The K.C. Provision team from Cynthian shot the low score the day with a 61. The K.C. Team members were Randy Kerns, David Yebiser, Derrick Scott and Steve West.
Second place was awarded to the team from Central Janitorial Service who shot a 62. Team members were David Orick, Harley Davis, David Flink and Brian Mickolson.
Longest drive for the day was given to David Blake. Tim Antrobus caputred the award for the longest putt of the day.
The Falmouth Lions club would like to thank the following hole sponsors for making the event possible: Amy Phillips, Carmeuse Line and Stone, Central Janitorial Supply, Woodmen of the World Lodge 611, Farm Bureau Insurance, Florence Winnelson Co., Hilltop Stone LLC, James Ingram - CPA, Jeffrey B. Dean and Denise Best Dean, Johnson Heating and Cooling Inc., Limestone Farm, Lawn and Worksite, Mullins Plumbing, Owen Collins, Paul Tuemler L.P. Gas, Reis Concrete Products Inc., Robert E. Bathalter, PSC, Rodney Miles Body Shop, Snappy Tomato Pizza, Steve Mulloy, Tim Norton Auto, Total Care Pharmacy, Woodhead Funeral Homes and Wyatt's Supermarket.
The Falmouth Lion's Club would also like to thank the following for contributing to the success of the outing: David Fields, Falmouth NAPA Jeff Carson, The Falmouth Outlook, Family Care Associates, PSC, Jerry and Judy Prewitt, John Steele, Judi's Attitudes, Larry Ritter Enterprises, Larry Spears, Michael D. Redden, Richard Mineer, Mineer Enterprises, Ron's Barbershop, Ronald Moreland, Roseberry's Mare Leasing, LLC, Vanlandingham and Son, William J. Verax III DMD PSC, Ken Roseberry and Brad Crouch.
The members of the Falmouth Lions club would like to give special thanks to Bruce Oldendick and the staff of the Pendleton County Country Club for making our event enjoyable for everyone.
Proceeds from the outing are to assist the less fortunate in our county with their eye care needs as well as other community projects.
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