Thursday, April 24, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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A hole-in-one won Hawaii trip

The 15th annual Serotonin Surge Charities golf tournament was held at the Turkey Creek Golf Club in Lincoln on Sept. 19. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, donors, guests and volunteers, we were able to raise more than $45,000 for the Maggi Carlile Memorial Scholarship Fund, the UC Davis School of Medicine’s student-run free clinics and Cure Breast Cancer.

The highlight of the day was Dr. Jack Ostrich winning a trip to Hawaii with a hole in one on No. 11, where he used a 4 iron to hit a one-bouncer 163 yards. This year, our donation to the free clinics was made in memory of John Marco Henderson, son of Drs. Mark Henderson and Helen Chew.

Many thanks to our event sponsors, who included Kaneski Associates, The Permanente Medical Group, New York Life, the UC Davis Health System, Ellis & Ellis, Bashore Design, Bio-Rad, Glenda Fox Photography, The Lescroart Corp., Luci Htain Regency Realty Services, the Niello Motor Co., Sacramento Credit Union, Securitas, the Carlile family, Dr. Michael Chun, Dr. Richard Isaacs, Dr. Forshing Lui, Dr. Chris Palkowski, Dr. and Mrs. Jack and Nancy Rozance, Dr. John Wiesenfarth and Mike Wiethorn.

Thanks also to our event volunteers and donors who included Tina Bozzini (registrar and volunteer coordinator), Lesli Chuck (dining), Brad Crutchfield (putting contest), Amy Jouan, Angie Burek, Bernadette Sario, Bob Fung, Chris Jensen, Clayton Tanaka, Colleen Costello-Kreidler, Deb Angove, Debbie Lineberger, Deborah Stein, Diana Dunham, Dodie Lockard, Edna DeSiquiera, Ellen Wahle, JC Lee, Jason Gambonini, Jennifer Pawlak, Jennifer Rowe, Jessica Walker, Joel Holly, Kathy Gibbs, Kettle Chips, Kathy Lopez, Lindsay Carlile, Lon Tsukamoto, Maci Gayaldo-Carlile, Dr. Mark Pendroncelli, Midge Aldinger, Ruth Ricci, Sally Mohr, Sharon Polis-Opfell, Trevor Fox, Pedroncelli Chiropractic, The Printing Shop and Steve Lessler.

To find out more about Serotonin Surge Charities and our experiment in volunteerism and collaboration, please visit www.serotoninsurge.org.

John Chuck

Davis

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