Crofton's Charity Golf Tourney 2010
The Greater Crofton Chamber of Commerce, along with TLC, Inc. and the Crofton Kiwanis Club, recently sponsored the annual Dave Espie Charity Golf Tournament at the Crofton Country Club. Over 120 golfers participated, and all proceeds will go towards the Arundel Volunteer Fire Department and the Crofton Caring Council.
On hand to celebrate the cause were the family of Dave Espie, a longtime Kiwanian and coordinator of the annual tournament for a number of years. Members of the Ravens cheerleaders were also in attendance, signing autographs, helping to sell extra fundraising items, and cheering golfers on as they took to the greens.
"We were so glad the rain decided to hold off," said GCCC Executive Director Judy Wilson. "Everyone always has a great time at this event, especially because it is going to such worthy causes."
To view a photo, click on the thumbnail. All photos by Laura Tayman for Suburban Scene.
Captions (left to right):
1) Members of Arundel Volunteer Fire Department are on hand to help out with any emergencies during the event.
2) Bob Carr, Chamber President and Owner of TLC Inc., visits with golfer Mark Gilkey.
3) And they're off! Golfers proceed to their assigned positions.
4) Ravens cheerleaders sign autographs before the golfing begins.
5) Two couples get ready for play - the Novack's and the Battista's.
6) The Espie Family enjoys the day, named after Crofton Kiwanian Dave Espie
7) Crofton Kiwanian Tom Fallon welcomes golfers at the noon start time.
8) Little Addison Ritter wants to drive Grandpa and golfer Dick Kemezis.
9) Chamber Board Members Robert Johnston and Chris Engler visit before the golfing begins.
10) Chamber Executive Director Judy Wilson and Board Member Glorious Heath welcome registrants.
11) Members of the Crofton Kiwanis welcome back longtime member Ed Dosek.
12) Mike Malone enjoys lunch with Frank Newhard, Tom Locke, and Tom Callahan.
13) Throughout the morning, participants took practice swings.
14) Taking a practice putt was Glenn Glover.
15) Servers William Knott and Scott McDonough kept golfers fed throughout the day.
16) Kevin Peterson takes a practice swing before the competition begins.
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