The annual Ray Husby Memorial Scholarship Golf Classic was recently held at the new Bird Homestead Golf Course out in Funny River and it was a great success. Our annual pig roast was held following the tournament and also was a great success.
The proceeds from the tournament will be used to give deserving seniors from our local high schools small scholarships to help them continue their quest for a higher education.
I would like to thank Delores Davis-McClure from Palmer for her participation and her fine personal donation. It was so nice to have people from other communities step up and show support for such a noble cause.
Thanks to the 25 volunteers that helped at the golf course and the pig roast. Without them the event would not have been possible.
I would also like to thank two local business that have always been very excellent supporters of the Moose Lodge and our goals to make our community a better place in which to live.
Agrium has always been one of the first companies to step forward and help the Moose Lodge in any way that they could, whether it be letting us use their camp kitchen or contributions in the form of cash. The loss of Agrium will be a great loss to the community. Thank you very much Agrium.
Metal Magic in Kenai is the second company I would like to acknowledge as a leader of our community. Scott Hammon has been there any time he has been asked to participate. With leaders like him in our community, we can not lose. Scott also is a member of our lodge, so he knows the importance of the goals we try to reach for community service. Thank you very much Scott and Metal Magic employees.
Carl (Bob) Roach, Governor, Kenai Peninsula Moose Lodge and Family Center No. 1942
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