Stroke to Help Golf Tournament
Stroke to Help Tournament Winners
Women's team Karen Hoppe, Darcy Johnson, Robin Ponte, and Kathy Streeter tied for top honors with Men's team Paul McIlwee, Rob Brehm, Bill Hammons, and Robbie Janas in the 15th Annual Soroptimist Stroke to Help Golf Tournament, with both teams scoring a 49 in the scramble-format tournament. Susan Brown, Nate Brown, Nick Brown, and Carl Wander took top Mixed team honors, with a score of 61. Tradition for the tournament, which raises funds for breast cancer screenings, also includes the Boobie Prize, awarded to the last place team. This year, Ruthann Wagner, Nancy Mortensen, and Betty Messier, took that honor with a still-respectable score of 75.
In the on-course contests, MaryAnn Bailey had the Women's Straightest Drive, and Matthew Wood the Men's Longest Drive. In the Men's Closest to the Hole Contest, Todd Estes and Carl Wander tied, each with shots landing 3'6" from the hole. Estes won the subsequent tie-breaker. Karen Hoppe took the Women's prize, with a tee shot landing 1'9" from the pin. The Hole-in-One prizes, a new car donated by Michael Hohl Automotive and $10,000 cash donated by Carson City Toyota remained unclaimed.The Stroke to Help, with corporate sponsors Greater Nevada Credit Union, Carson Tahoe Health System, and Tahoe Carson Radiology, is currently Carson City Soroptimist's only fundraiser. Funds raised pay for breast cancer screenings for local under-insured women, grant funding to non-profit organizations that aid women and girls, and educational scholarships for women. Next year's Stroke to Help will be September 23 at the Silver Oak Golf Course.For more information, call Mary 775-220-9630, or Dixie 775-882-3051 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Funds raised improve the lives of local women and girls through our Scholarship, Service, and Grants Programs. THANK YOU!
Soroptimist International of Carson City is a IRS recognized tax-exempt 501 (c)(3) nonprofit corporation (Federal Tax ID # 88-6004357), formed and operating in the State of Nevada and registered with the Nevada Secretary of State. The organization’s primary purposes are to promote and aid charitable, educational, scientific and other exclusively charitable or public endeavors that promote the advancement of women through volunteer service to the community, to serve as a global voice on issues of importance to women, and to engage in any other lawful activities that further the exempt purpose of the Club. Your donation may be tax deductible pursuant to the provisions of section 170(c) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, 26 U.S.C. § 170(c).