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Hometown Hernando for May 2

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Detachment welcomes seven new members: Marine Corps League Detachment 708 installed seven new members during its monthly meeting March 20. New members Gary Steiner, Perley Merrick, Edward Nelson, Clifford Hauer, Tom Sharples, Edgar Holtzclaw and Edward Rawlinson were welcomed by detachment Commandant Marion Kelley and Junior Vice Commandant George Lamont.


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Glen Lakes Ladies crown golf tourney champions: The Glen Lakes Ladies Golf Association had its Spring Member/Member Tournament on March 20 and 21. Participants picked their own partners. The first day was a scramble for holes 1 to 9 and modified alternate shot for holes 10 to 18. The second day was best ball of the partners.

The team of Linda Keller and Chotsie Raver, with a score of 151, won overall low gross, and the team of Judy Potter and Joan Earhart, with a score of 127.8, won overall low net.

Winners in the 1st Flight included Judy Voiers and Pat Gallagher (low gross) and Raye Wentworth and Honora Browne (low net). Winners in the 2nd Flight included Mary Vuolo and Sandy O'Deller (low gross) and Dottie Haney and Sharon Helm (low net). Winners in the 3rd Flight included Kerin Morin and Nancy Vangilder (low gross) and Betty Gavin and Dee Phillips (low net).

Hometown Hernando for May 2 04/30/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, April 30, 2014 7:13pm]
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