Second CCCC Foundation Harnett Golf Classic a winner
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Members of the first flight winning team in the second Central Carolina Community College Foundation ... (more)
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DUNN -- Opportunity was the big winner as golfers wrapped up the second Central Carolina Community College Foundation Harnett Golf Classic March 19 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. The proceeds will be used primarily for scholarships.
Over $14,000 was raised.
"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.
Since 1989, the Foundation has hosted an annual Golf Classic in Lee County, raising funds for scholarships and other financial assistance for the college's students. During that time, more than $500,000 has been raised, helping hundreds of students to afford their college education.
In 2015, for the second year, the Foundation is hosting two additional Golf Classics: the one in Harnett County, and one in Chatham County on Wednesday, May 13, at Chapel Ridge.
The Harnett County Golf Classic was a Four-Person Captain's Choice Flighted competition with two flights. The winners, team scores, and sponsors were:
First Place: 56 - Larry Daughtry, Gary Robinson, Johnny Peregoy, and Kary Pennington.
Second Place: 56 - Steve Malone, Chris Hockaday, Fred Rambeaut, and Nick Skatell.
Third Place: 57 - David Herring, Hugh Surles, James Harris, and Michael Williams.
First Place: 60 - Kevin Blasingim, Josh Tuggle, Elmon WIlliams, and Danny Graham.
Second Place: 61 - Bill Tyson, Ed Breeden, Lacy Tripp, and Edwin Thomas.
Third Place: 61 - Greg Westor, Jerry Milton, Michael Weaver, and Peter Pentony.
First Place: 66 - Brad Wilson, Darren Brown, Gene Wright, and Lemar McNeil.
Second Place: 68 - Badget Womble, Jimmy Coleman, Bob Womble, and George Womble.
Third Place: 68 - Tracy Johnson, Reid Johnson, Andrew Blackman, and Jeff Oglesby.
Closest to the pin winners were Kevin Jarvis, Phil Bradley, and Steve Malone. Longest Drive winner was Lacy Tripp.
Members of the Golf Committee were Parrish Daughtry and Travis Bailey, Tournament Co-Chairmen; along with Brad Salmon, Lee Tart Malone, John Snipes, Jonathan Hockaday, and College President Dr. T.E. Marchant.
Platinum sponsors were First Federal Bank - Dunn, Machine and Welding, Snipes Insurance Services, and Zaxby's.
Gold sponsors were Ace Services; DTH Management Group, Ltd.; Diversified Service Contracting, Inc.; Dr. Ritesh Patel - Eastern Carolina Medical Services; First Bank - Lillington; Hayes, Williams, Turner & Daughtry, PA; Hugh Surles Builders / J. Michael Williams, DDS; Julian & Cynthia Philpott; Southeastern Interiors; Tart Law Group; Thomas Drug Store; The Salmon Law Firm, LLP; Tim & Donna McNeill; and Womble Rental Management.
Silver sponsors were Bill Tyson; Billy Godwin Law; Bradham Chiropractic Clinic; C&D Insurance Services, Inc.; Carolina Fire Protection; Carolina Therapy Services; Dr. P.K. Vyas; Ellis Barbour & Sons, Inc.; Holloman Exterminators; Jeffrey's Florist Ltd.; J.E. Womble & Sons; Jones & Jones, PLLC; Kathryn Tart Law; MAC Studio; Morrison Farms; Nationwide Insurance - Rob Jones Agency; Nick Skatell & Associates; PNC - Dunn; RET House Interiors; Salmon Farms; Select Bank - Dunn; Sign & Awning Systems, Inc.; Signature Re/Max Realty - Larry Daughtry; Re/Max Advantage - Susan Chriscoe; Tart's Insurance; TRP CPA's; and Vernon K. Stewart, District Attorney.
Hole-in-one sponsor was Dorman Cadillac - GMC Truck Inc. In-kind gifts were by Pepsi Bottling Ventures and BB&T of Dunn.
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; or Jonathan Hockaday, 919-718-7231 or email@example.com. Information is also available at its website, www.cccc.edu/foundation.
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