Golf tournament proves a shining success

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The two days were perfect; the setting sublime; the participants enthusiastic; and the numbers off the charts. What could this be?

It was the eigth annual Polson Bay Senior Open Golf Tournament that attracted golfers from all over Western Montana. It filled up fast and raised $3,500 for this year’s benefit, “Team Up Montana,” which is part of the Providence Montana Health Foundation which supports cancer patients by offering direct financial assistance. Also, $500 was raised for Mission Valley Junior Golf.

Since last November, the ‘tireless trio’ of Tracy Dooley, Mark Beckley, and Bob Slaven have been working on organizing this event. The real point of all this is to show appreciation and highlight the fine results of, once again, how our communities work together for the greater good.

The Polson Bay Senior Open Golf Tournament is one fine example of this, in my opinion.

Bob McClellan,

Polson

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