November 1, 2012

PUBLIC FORUM: Thanks for help with golf outing

— The second annual Jim Spencer Memorial/Elks Charity Golf Outing was Aug. 25 at Dykeman Golf Course. This charity event was to benefit Logansport elementary schools for needed school supplies and the American Cancer Society for cancer research.

Committee members Gary and Maryann Scagnoli and I would like to thank the merchants and individuals who donated sponsor fees, items for our auction/raffle, food and their time to make this event such a success again this year.

Tee hole sponsors: Aaron and Jeanette Green; Angela Green; Arnold’s Jewelry & Gifts; Arthromatrix Inc., Tony Scagnoli; Brock Rhea; Brad and Maryann Netser; D’Andrea family; D&J Liquors, Tony Baldini; Don Raderstorf, Elks State Director; Doug Oldham; Don and Lori Myers, Myers Sport Bowl; Elk’s Lodge 66; Eric Flowers and Karen Leffert; Farm Bureau Insurance, Gary and Maryann Scagnoli, Gary and Pat Yeakley, Walnut Ridge; Harry Heater; Hendrickson Dodge Monticello; Humphrey Tool; Janie White and Bill Kasch; J.B. Hinshaw & Sons Construction; Jimmy B’s Bar & Grill; Jim and Kim Wolf; Joe Zimmer; Judy Spencer; Judge Leo and Lucy Burns; Kerry “Worly” Worthington; Kirby and Peggy Dillon, T&L Tool; Krieg’s Tavern, Donna Wise; Logansport Moose Lodge; Logansport Shrine members; Logansport Savings Bank; Matt Winegardner; Mike and Vicky Miller, Miller’s Car Wash; Moss Fertilizer, Steve Moss; Norris Insurance; Richard and Linda Brown; Rick and Roberta Schlinglof; RMS Leasing, Bob Matthew; Scott Shivley; Shorty Woodruff; Steve Grigsby, SG Appraisal Service & Repair; Steve Pearson and Steve Harvey Elks 66 Corner; Swaney’s Denver Tavern; Tim and Joanie Lambert; and Worly’s Asphalt.

These merchants and individuals donated items for our raffle/auction: Angela Green; Aaron and Jeanette Green; Boardwalk Cafe; Bob Evans; Brenda Hartley; Country Bakery; Carol Roth; Criss Cross Hair Salon, D&J Liquors, Tony Baldini; Dean Vietti, Dykeman Golf Course; Eileen & Friends, Beth Rhoads; El Arriero’s; Fernbaugh’s; Fireside Restaurant; Gary and Maryann Scagnoli; Grapevine Shop, Susie Dyke; Indianapolis Colts; Judy Burkhart, Logansport Elks Lodge 66; Lorretta’s Massage; Maxx Tan; McCord’s Do It Best; MiAmico Restaurant, Miller’s Car Wash, Mike Miller; Minglin’s Jewelers; Pizza Hut; PNC Bank; Security Federal Bank; Sharon Page; Stevie Pearson; The Nest; Turk’s Pizza, Brenda Winegardner; Warner’s Greenhouse, Wedge’s Liquor Store and West Side Diner.

We also thank the winning golf teams for donating their money back to the cause, the Elkettes for helping out, Brad Netser for help at the Elks and everyone else who donated their time and money to make this event successful. 

Angie Green


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