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 13th Annual “Tee it up ‘fore’ the Kids” Golf Classic
 Kick off
Game Days in SAL’s Birch Bar
now open at 12:30pm Sundays!
    Enjoy delicious cocktails and game day winning food while cheering on your team
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This past Saturday, the TTCC teed off for their 13th Annual Golf Classic ‘fore the kids’, as the hot weather could not keep the players from shenanigans, some hot shots, or sinking a ball in here or there. A special thanks go out to Den Brae Golf Course and all our event sponsors, as the weather held off for a day filled with laughter, comradery, and some good ol’ fashioned golf play.
“It was a good turnout; we had great food, and good weather; truthfully, that’s all we can ask for. It was a really suc- cessful day, a great fundraiser, and a special thanks goes out
shave a stroke off their game. Few people sank the necessary two bags out of four, as the competi- tion kept pace with the weather and heated up to stove top temps.
Among the
over 70 partici-
pants, Cora San-
schagrin, a High
School Junior,
won the longest
drive contest, as Matt Symonds, Fred Stark, and Ayla Dolloff won the longest putt contest -with
ongoing and steady support. We would also like to thank our Golf Classic event sponsors:
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 to all our sponsors, -it’s a good thing to give back at the end of the day,” said Event Organizer and TTCC Board Member, Frank Dolloff.
The Shotgun Start began at 1 p.m. with the threat of showers and storms, as these hardy golf- ers descended upon the course with sunscreen, motorized carts, and even some candy. On hole #3, TTCC Director Les Dion was there with two trays of her very famous brownies as players tried their hand at corn hole to
an almost 39-foot shot from Sy- monds. The Patenaude Group won the overall tournament, with an amazing 17 shots under par, and although no hole-in- ones were reported, the day was a huge success with some great golf played for a great cause. All proceeds from the tournament go towards programming & op- erations at the Tapply-Thomp- son Community Center.
As we start charting our ex- pansion efforts, we would like to thank our community for their
Mid-State Health, Lakes Re- gion Epoxy, The Homestead Restaurant, All Points Property Maintenance, West Shore Ma- rine, The Irwin Automotive Group, Franklin Savings Bank, Coppertoppe Inn, Bristol Han- naford’s, Shackett’s & Lake Daze Brewing, Hayward & Company, Gilly’s Restaurant, CADY, Old Mill Properties, LaValley’s Build- ing Supply, Newfound Country Store, Hall’s Excavating, Colby Property Maintenance, Bristol Heating and Plumbing and Re- laxation Station, -Thank you!

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