Second CCCC Foundation Chatham 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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PITTSBORO -- Opportunity was the big winner as golfers wrapped up the second Central Carolina Community College Foundation Chatham Golf Classic May 13 at The Golf Club at Chapel Ridge.
A total of 56 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 $13,000 was raised.
"I think the tournament was a huge success," said Jonathan Hockaday, CCCC Golf Classic coordinator. "The support from the Chatham 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 has hosted two additional Golf Classics: the one in Chatham County, and one in Harnett County.
The Chatham County Golf Classic was a Four-Person Captain's Choice Flighted competition. The winners, team scores, and sponsors were:
First Place: 56 (Sponsored by Julian Philpott) - Bobby Powell, David Wicker, Jack Radley, Andy Phillips.
Second Place: 60 (Sponsored by APC Insurance) - Pat Cothren, Carl Roland, Scott Berry, Jeff Kelly.
Third Place: 61 (Sponsored by Perfection Equipment) - Paul Trageser, Chuck Hughes, Jerry Kidd, Brent Elliott.
First Place: 66 (Sponsored by Dr. Pamela Senegal) - Delaine McNeil, Dana Elliot, Kent Jones, Darnell Gray.
Second Place: 66 (Sponsored by Dr. James Holt) - Terry Bryant, Dick Schuler, Phil Sutphin, Dwight Davis.
Third Place: 66 (Sponsored by Holmes Oil Company) - Ken Mayhew, Harry Goodwin, John Authors, Derek Cannady.
First Place: 69 (Sponsored by Bold Construction) - Jason Dell, Chris Ehrenfeld, John Todd, Lewis Hendricks.
Second Place: 71 (Sponsored by Atlantic Power Solutions) - Sammy King, Brandon King, Ronnie Collins, Mat Quiring.
Third Place: 71 (Sponsored by Barber Holmes) - JD Couple, Barber Holmes, Ron Regan, Joey Shue.
Closest to the pin winners were Bobby Powell, Carl Roland, and Kent Jones. Longest Drive winner was Jack Radley.
Members of the Golf Committee were George Lucier and Barber Holmes, Tournament Co-Chairmen; along with Chris Ehrenfeld, Jonathan Hockaday, Josh Lee, Bill Milholen, and College President Dr. T.E. Marchant.
Platinum sponsors were Barber & Barbara Holmes, Holmes Oil Company, and George & Jane Lucier.
Gold sponsors were APC Insurance; Aqua NC; Atlantic Power Solutions; Bold Construction; CE Group; Chatham Park Investors; Dr. James Holt; Moody, Williams, Roper & Lee; Newland Communities; Perfection Equipment; Julian & Cynthia Philpott; and Dr. Pamela Senegal.
Silver sponsors were Bradshaw & Robinson, LLP; Chatham Hospital; James Crawford; Sara Donaldson Insurance Agency; Galloway Ridge at Fearrington; Gunn/Messick; Hobbs Architects; Koonce, Wooten & Haywood; Lee-Moore Capital Company; Dr. Robert Logan; Normann Group of Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC; Pittsboro Ford; Sanford Contractors; Bill Tyson; and Dr. Rouse Wilson.
Hole-in-one sponsor was Welford Harris, Inc. In-kind gifts were by Pepsi Bottling Ventures and Cafe 121.
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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