Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s annual Golf “FORE” Good tournament is scheduled for Friday, July 19, at the Jamestown Country Club. All proceeds will benefit the JRMC Cancer Center.
Registration is $100 per player and includes an 18-hole golf scramble, cart, meals, drink tickets, a commemorative photo and a swag bag (valued at $150). Every player will also receive a sleeve of golf balls and a special commemorative shot glass in memory of Jerry Baenen.
The tournament begins at 10 a.m.
“This year is an especially exciting year,” said Lisa Jackson, JRMC Foundation director in a press release. “Now that the JRMC Cancer Center is open, we feel energized. We appreciate the community’s support as we continue to raise funds to sustain this service.”
The JRMC Cancer Center, which offers chemotherapy and other infusions, opened in June 2019. The community raised $1.7 million of the $1.9 million needed to build the space.
The JRMC Auxiliary is the Golf "FORE" Good title sponsor for a second time. With the help of the Auxiliary and other community sponsors, last year’s Golf “FORE” Good netted about $30,000.
“Everyone is so in favor of getting the JRMC Cancer Center here so people don’t have to drive,” said Eunice Sahr, JRMC Auxiliary president.
For more information, contact Jackson or Penny Holland at (701) 952-4880 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following are the trophy winners of the Buffalo City Gun Club's Annual Summertime Coin Shoot held July 6, 2019:
16 Yard Singles (46 entries)
Class A-Tyler Goldade, Jamestown (99 score); Class B-Louis Kuster, Stanley (99); Class C-Mike Bennett, Bismarck (97); Class D-Jim Schumacher, Jamestown (89, coin flip over Leo Locker); Vet-Bill Suda, Grafton (97).
16 yard Singles (46 entries)
Class A-Todd Wendel, Valley City (98, shoot-off over Wayne Unruh); Class B-Nathan Treibold, Jamestown (99); Class C-Jamie Edwards, Nortonville (95); Class D-Jim Schumacher, Jamestown (93); Vet-Michael Nordback, Fargo (99).
Handicap (37 entries)
Short 18-21.5-Douglas Walker, Grand Forks (21.5 yardage, 96 score); Medium 22-24.5-Chris Morstad, Hampden (22, 95); Long 25-27-Tom Polkinghorne, Emerado (27, 90).
Doubles (25 entries)
Class A-Chad Gerloff, Grand Forks (94 score); Class B-Brian Larson, Bisbee (92); Class C-Jacob Knain, Bismarck (92).
Hi Overall Trophy (400 targets)
Jacob Knain, Bismarck (377 of 400).