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Courtesy photo Danny Dotts putts on Hole No. 18 while teammates Ryan Burchill and Chas Gee look on at the Glendale Education Foundation golf tournament on June 10 at Eagles Ridge Golf Course in Lumber City.

LUMBER CITY — The 16th annual Glendale Education Foundation Golf Tournament was held June 10 at Eagles Ridge Golf Course.

In a team scramble format, two foursomes tied with low scores of 58 — and a playoff score card went to the fifth tiebreaker hole for the team of Brett Miller, Bucky Miller, Rick Holes and Dan Holes to be declared winners of the “Snyder Cup” — narrowly defeating the second-place team of Rich Metzger, Justin Ohler, Curt Mellon and Mark Emery.

Proximity winners were: Long drives — Josh Norris (Fairway No. 1) and Bucky Miller (No. 18); longest putts — Mark Emmery (Hole No. 3), Vance Kimberly (Hole No. 7) and James Sawyer (Hole No. 15); closest to the pin—Matt Pajonk (Hole No. 17); and closest second shot- Nick Ninosky (Hole No. 9) and Christian Kuhn (Hole No. 11).

Glendale Education Foundation executive director Richard Snyder, overseeing his final golf tournament pending his retirement at year’s end, reported that a record profit of more than $14,400 in net proceeds was achieved for the 16th consecutive year.

“I am still overwhelmed by the generosity by 100 of our golfers who come out and participated in on-course games and purchased thousands of raffle tickets for baskets, 50/50 and large items donated by Walmart Distribution Center,” Snyder said.

“Combined with over 130 tournament sponsors made up of local businesses, organizations, alumni and individuals who have donated 80% of our total profit this year! Knowing the community like I do, I really shouldn’t be amazed … as many donors continually dig deep when it comes to supporting the children of Glendale through our foundation. We use this outing as our largest annual fundraiser to help subsidize learning opportunities and reward academic success for the students of Glendale School District.”

Foundation president Rick Holes announced that this golf event was dedicated in memory of two friends of the foundation who participated in the outing over the years — Mike Vereshack and Mark Harpster — who passed away last year.

The foundation wishes to recognize these golf sponsors this year:

Aaron and Alissa Sawyer; Aimee Willett, Esq.; All in A Day’s Play; Altoona Mirror; Altoona Lung Specialists; Andrew Starr Realtor; Anthony Lumber; Beccaria Township Supervisors; Ashville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 4315; Bee Kind Winery; Betsy G. Walstrom Barber Shop; Bill and Crystal Rickard; Brenda Beers Beauty Salon; Buddy Fulton; Brothers Pizza, Coalport; The Bordack Family; Bungo’s Tires & Service; Central Hotel Pizza; CMP Energy Solutions; CNB Bank; CWP Co., Inc.; Coalport Pizza King; Coalport Loyal Order of the Moose No. 350; Coalport Lodge No. 574 Free and Accepted Masons; Coalport Women of the Moose; CR Cashman & Associates; D&T Oshall Trucking; Dr. Dave and Sonja Burmeister; Dick and Kathy Holes; DiSabato Family; Doubler Insurance; Fanelli-Willett Law Offices; Father Justin P. Pino; First Commonwealth Bank; Frank’s Above-Ground Pools; Fred R. Korman Lodge No. 55 Independent Order of Odd Fellows; Gates Landscaping and Concrete Coatings; Gibbons Funeral Home; Ginger’s Family Restaurant; Gittings Private Investigations; Glendale Area Medical Association; Glendale Lake Beverage Co.; Glendale Boat Sales; Glendale Collision; Glendale Education Association; Glendale Education Support Professionals Association; Glendale Industrial Development Association; Grooming Tails; HF Lenz Co.; Harkins Family Dentistry; Herb Oshall Trucking; HERO Disposal; Hon. James B. Glass, District Judge; Houser’s Subs; Hullihen’s Service Station; Imler’s Poultry; In-Shore Technologies; Jacobs Oil Co.; Jackson and Tucker Coccia; Jay Arnold; JenkinsFamily; Jennifer Monahan; Joe Luther Landscaping; John and Joy Augustine; John and Judy Lewis John and Becky Wilson; John Ninosky, Esq.; Jones Transportation; Josie’s Restaurant; JPN Management/McDonald’s; KCF Technologies; Kellaher Landscaping; Kelli Rydbom’s Kare-A-Lot; Kevin and Julie Willard; Kotzan & Associates, P.C.; Kozak Family; Landolfi Wealth Management, LLC; LC Hegarty & Son Excavation; Leyo’s, Inc.; Lloyd-Dimmick Funeral Home; Lola Jenny; Lucas Supply; Martin Oil Co.; Mary Tatum; Matish Excavating; McGill Lumber Co., Inc.; McQuown Funeral Home; Michael M. Ferrance, Chiropractor; Mike’s Court Bar and Grille; MorrisonMarketing; Mountain Toys 4 Rent; Nittany Oil Co., Inc.; Noel’s Drive-In; Northwest Bank; The Oravecats; Order Sons & Daughters of Italy Lodge No. 310; PA Skills/Miele Manufacturing; The P-Family; Penn Forest Products; Pirates Cove Pub & Grill; ProCare Physical Therapy; Professional Construction Solutions (PCS); Reade Township Supervisors; Renaissance Construction; RES Coal, LLC; RH Dotts Energy, LLC; Richard W. Snyder II; Rick & Janice Holes; Robert M. OShell Trucking; Royal Treatment Hair & Spa Salon; Ryan Andrews; Sajak’s Tree Service; Sheetz Corp.; Sherri and David Campbell Family; Squiggy’s Pizza & Wings; Steel City Oral Surgery; Stiffler-McGraw and Associates; Strong Accounting & Tax Solutions, LLC; Styles by Susan Gallaher; Sunshine Mine Inn; T&B Auto Detailing; The Lettuce Bowl; The Yard; Uncle D’s Winery; The Vereshack Family; Veterans of Foreign Wars, Richard L. Beers Post No. 7043; VFW Post No. 7043 Auxiliary; Weakland’s Taxidermy; Timothy B. Whetstone Trucking; White Township Supervisors; Wigfield Construction, LLC.; The Wright Sales; X-CEL Physical Therapy; Youngkin’s Construction; and Matt Zeak.

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