Sign up now for the 12th annual Quincy Pro-Am golf tournament
Early registration for the 12th annual Alzheimer’s Pro-Am Golf Tournament in July is underway. Prepay and register your team by May 3 to receive a $25 discount. (up to $100 per team) The Pro-Am is limited to the first 24 teams that sign up, so save your spot today!
The tournament is Monday, July 15 at Spring Lake Country Club, 5215 Clubhouse Drive, Quincy. The day includes 18 holes of golf with a pro, cart rental, lunch, beer and soda on the course, and prizes for everyone. Entry fee is $800 per four-person team.
The registration deadline is Monday, July 8: Call Jamie Foster in the Alzheimer’s Association-Quincy Area Office at 217.228.1111 or 800.272.3900.
Can’t play that day but still want to help? The Alzheimer’s Association still is looking for sponsors at all levels. Contact Jamie Foster at the numbers above or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proceeds benefit the Alzheimer’s Association’s Quincy office, which provides programs and resources to individuals and families throughout the area struggling with Alzheimer’s disease. Sponsors for this one-of-a-kind event include KHQA-TV, Miller Lite, Sullivan Auctioneers, LLC, and The Business Centre. The Association also extends special thanks to Media Development and JK Creative Printers.
Update: The winner of the raffle for a scooter at the 2012 Pro-Am is Diana Faust.
Left: Drive safely, Diana!
Right: Scooter donor Dan Sullivan of Sullivan & Sullivan Auctioneers LLC; Alzheimer's Quincy Branch chapter assistant Jamie Foster;scooter winner Diana Faust; and Pro Am Committee member Jeff Dorsey.
2012 Pro-Am tournament winners
1st place: Charlie Simmons, Jeff Tweedell, Butch Gail, Jim Grant, Gideon Smith-professional
2nd place: Mark Rueschel, Charles Scholz, Jason Connoyer, Wes Creech, Brett Moomey-professional
3rd place: Tony Rhineberger, Jerry Voepel, Rusty Smith, Steve Smith, Kory Neisen-professional
2012 Top 3 Professional finishers
Gideon Smith-65; Kory Neisen-67; Ryan T. Smith-69, also shootout winner