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Golf tourney was a big success

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From page A16 | July 27, 2014 |

The Soroptimist International of Greater Davis club members would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of the club’s 20th annual benefit golf tournament held July 19: Andy Gagnon Landscaping, John Brinley Inc., Brooks Painting Inc., Carbahal & Company, Coldwell Banker-Doug Arnold, Craig Cooper, Donna DeVries, D.S. Powell Construction, Doug Prichard-State Farm Insurance, Edward Jones-Nicole Davis, Edward Jones-Mike Clark, Harrison Construction, JMS Financial Services-Jim Belenis, First Northern Bank and Kim Eichorn.

Also, Lyon Real Estate, Mason McDuffie-Dave Heard, Morse Remodeling Inc., Bill Streng, Sheriff Ed Prieto, University Honda, Dr. Gregory Wilcox DDS, Yolo Federal Credit Union, Four Wheel Campers, Dr. Keith Grote DMD, Garrett and Michelle Hamilton, Cable Car Wash, Swift Chrysler Jeep Dodge Kia-Dan Kokotas, Union Bank, Davis Waste Removal, Dr. Scott Vinson DMD, Carlton Senior Living, Your Home Nursing Services and Navion Financial Advisors LLC.

In-kind sponsors were All Star Rental, Cattlemen’s-Dixon, Elsan Associates, Bill Millar Custom Golf Clubs, Natural Healing Massage, Strelitzia Flower Company and Whole Foods-Davis.

The tournament was financially successful due in part to all of the sponsors and local businesses that donated items for the golfer prizes, raffle and silent auction.

The tournament winners were Greg Gibbs and Don Fish in the handicap flight and Scott Smith and Ben Chavez in the Callaway flight. Tim Mascarinas was the men’s winner of the closest-to-the-pin contest and Lisa Navarro won for the women. Accurate drive winners were Rob Strange and Renae Miller.

Special thanks to all of the Soroptimist Club members and volunteers of the Multi-Disciplinary Interview Center who worked diligently for the tournament.

Thanks to all the individuals and businesses who contributed to this very worthy cause — you know who you are! The beneficiary is MDIC, an organization benefiting victims of child abuse and their families in Yolo County.

A special thanks goes to The Davis Enterprise for its coverage of our event!

Grace Starkovich and Wanda Winton
Co-chairs

Diane Howell and Judy Hecomovich
Raffle prize co-chairs

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