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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Oct. 15 - Oct. 18, 2004 - 123 Golf second place tie, and Carol Shel- don and Florence Smith in a tie for third place. ' Continued from page 122 limited to an official score of up to 9 HOLE GOLFERS PLAY 2 1 points. That rule tends to di- BEST BALL - Elaine Frey, Nan- minish the risk that some sand- cy Ossman, Binky Tompkins and bagger will come in and ruin a Lorraine Kasprow took first place given round, honors. The second place team Once a Tosser has at least 10 was Carmela Coleman. Carolyn rounds in the detailed playing McCarthy, Sue Toccafundi and records Adams keeps, his required Claire Croll. points are based on the most re- cent 10-round average point total. VIA TOURNAMENT - The For example, Steve Jebo of sixth annualVillage Improvement Broadkill Beach carries a 14, but Association 18-Hole GolfTourna- he said that his point requirements merit will take place Wednesday, with the Tossers are a bit higher. Oct. 20, at Marsh Island. Each team score is based on The cost per person is $65 per how much below or above the re- person and includes one mulligan Steven Billups photo quired score totals each player per person and lunch. The tourna- Meals on Wheels hold annual golf tourney achieves during the round. For ex- ment is a scramble format and Meals on Wheels Lewea-Rehoboth held its annual golf tournament at the Rehoboth Beach ample, our combined team total prizes will be given to first, sec- Yacht and Country Club Oct. 1 raising $18,000. Proceeds from this event will be used to serve on Wednesday was -2, meaning and and third place. Door!prizes hot meals to homebound seniors in the Lewes and Rehoboth areas. Shown are the first place that our threesome missed "mak- will be given and a raffle will be team with a low net of 53, (l-r) Bob Portz, Paul Cowan and Derek Hopler. Not shown is Jeff La- ing our points" by that amount, held. porta. Tee-offs begin at 9 a.m. from The VIA is a nonprofit organi- the fu'st and tenth tees on Wednes- zation that supports area charities days and Fridays, and at 10 a.m. and performs charitable and civic on Mondays. When the rounds are work in the Cape Region. completed, AdamsandMcLamb SendcheckspayabletoVIAto g.srtcx00Ls___ ____._._ review all the scores, collect the VIA, Boardwalk & Grenoble $2 per player, declare the winners, Place, P.O. Box 144, Rehoboth and distribute the prizes. In the DE 19971. winter when there might be fewer "-- SHARP'CARS -- than 20 players, only one winning CAPE SENIOR CENTER team is announced. When there TOURNEY - The Cape Henlopen "=,uner FALL .ueclals" are 30 or more players, however, Senior Center's fourth annual golf II the "winnings" are split among tournament will be held at 9 a.m., three teams. Monday, Oct. 18, at Marsk Island Jebo says he enjoys the experi- Golf Club, located at 21383 Camp ence because "It's team golf. Arrowhead Road in Lewes Every week you're with a differ- The entry fee is $50 per person, ent team, and the teams are deter- which includes 18 holes ofgolf, a mined by the luck of the draw. golf cart and lunch. Since there are only positive Register at 11 Christian Street  J[[JP points to be scored, you end up in Rehoboth Beach or call 227- 1117,m roofing for each other. You also 2055 by Oct. 11. i see a wide range of ages among the players. We have a young po- MEMORIAL TOURNA- lice officer who comes to a lot of MENT - The friends and family these depending on his schedule, of Ken Herrmann and Paul Free- and there are guys in their 80s. man have announced the first Ken And it's only two bucks. Of Herrmann- Paul Freeman Chari- course, the real action is the side ty Golf Tournament to be held on   XB  Ul lg  [  betting," he laughed. Monday, Nov. 1, at the Ocean #lm. 0t s0 n  $17 0 was ,m 201.o o  Curt Rayner plays with the City Golf and Yacht Club in NOW$15,5 .0,$22.995 .o,$21,995 Tossers in the spring and fall, Ocean City, Md. where both men when he's not so busy with his were avid golfers and active E.C. Shades business in Re- members of thecommunity. hoboth. "I like playing with the Both men lost their battle with guys. There's a lot of horsing esophagus cancer and, therefore, around, and nothing's real seri- all proceeds from the event will ous." be donated in their memory to Lewes resident George Elliott Hospice, the charitable organiza- "  EIgP   F TI[ looked at his friend Roland Mar- tion which generously cared for l0,9,000mawm,m e110w$1s,m " #111B.OlW4,000mil.Wm$30,5 shall and said, "It's a place where them. NOW $15,995 .ow $12,995 .o.$28,995 even left-handers can compete." The event includes a shotgun Marshall just smiled, start at I 1 a.m. on the Newport Head golf pro Devon Peterson Bay Course, followed by an said, "It's a good group. Their awards ceremony, silent auction, matches are a great way for new dinner buffet and celebration of members to getto know the long- Ken and Paul's lives from 6:30- time members. It's mostly retirees 8:30 p.m. at Fager's Island and seniors, and since they play a Restaurant and Bar.  JEEP   BIllgl( gBmllff 1 EEP SlIAIIB gUEIIIIEE modified Stableford system, that The cost for the event is $125 #11N.Only14,000mlleLWm$21),485 #11ffI.Only31,000mllee.Wm$10,N5 #1218.Wu$10,gg5 really takes the pressure off. They per player, $500 per foursome or NOW $18,495 ,ow $9,995 .ow $9,995 have a lot of fun together." $50 to only attend the dinner and We are accepting late model, low mileage, vehicles for consignment! He's right, celebration. Hours: Monday-Friday 9:30 om-6:30 prn Saturday 9:30 am-4 pm Golf team prizes will be award- BENNETT, MACKLIN WIN ed for the top low net teams. Par- 18 HOLE EVENT- Dee Bennett ticipants will also have the oppor: and Madelyn Macklin tied for tunity to bid on silent auction first place in the Sussex Pines 18- items, along with purchasing raf- Hole Lady Golfers event Oct. 5. fie tickets for other exciting Dee Prillaman took fn'st place for prizes. low net, followed by Phyllis For more information, call Paul Green and Doris Defillipis in a Herrmann at 410-267-6522. ,. ....................................... . .................................................. .............................. .... .-- " , ........................... : ......................... ,..,-.rr',' ................. ..., ,,, CTr -Tr - rrrrTlllWrrTrrFrr,7'q]F7711rrrT']lTI]qlY'['T  I-IF-- CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Oct. 15 - Oct. 18, 2004 - 123 Golf second place tie, and Carol Shel- don and Florence Smith in a tie for third place. ' Continued from page 122 limited to an official score of up to 9 HOLE GOLFERS PLAY 2 1 points. That rule tends to di- BEST BALL - Elaine Frey, Nan- minish the risk that some sand- cy Ossman, Binky Tompkins and bagger will come in and ruin a Lorraine Kasprow took first place given round, honors. The second place team Once a Tosser has at least 10 was Carmela Coleman. Carolyn rounds in the detailed playing McCarthy, Sue Toccafundi and records Adams keeps, his required Claire Croll. points are based on the most re- cent 10-round average point total. VIA TOURNAMENT - The For example, Steve Jebo of sixth annualVillage Improvement Broadkill Beach carries a 14, but Association 18-Hole GolfTourna- he said that his point requirements merit will take place Wednesday, with the Tossers are a bit higher. Oct. 20, at Marsh Island. Each team score is based on The cost per person is $65 per how much below or above the re- person and includes one mulligan Steven Billups photo quired score totals each player per person and lunch. The tourna- Meals on Wheels hold annual golf tourney achieves during the round. For ex- ment is a scramble format and Meals on Wheels Lewea-Rehoboth held its annual golf tournament at the Rehoboth Beach ample, our combined team total prizes will be given to first, sec- Yacht and Country Club Oct. 1 raising $18,000. Proceeds from this event will be used to serve on Wednesday was -2, meaning and and third place. Door!prizes hot meals to homebound seniors in the Lewes and Rehoboth areas. Shown are the first place that our threesome missed "mak- will be given and a raffle will be team with a low net of 53, (l-r) Bob Portz, Paul Cowan and Derek Hopler. Not shown is Jeff La- ing our points" by that amount, held. porta. Tee-offs begin at 9 a.m. from The VIA is a nonprofit organi- the fu'st and tenth tees on Wednes- zation that supports area charities days and Fridays, and at 10 a.m. and performs charitable and civic on Mondays. When the rounds are work in the Cape Region. completed, AdamsandMcLamb SendcheckspayabletoVIAto g.srtcx00Ls___ ____._._ review all the scores, collect the VIA, Boardwalk & Grenoble $2 per player, declare the winners, Place, P.O. Box 144, Rehoboth and distribute the prizes. In the DE 19971. winter when there might be fewer "-- SHARP'CARS -- than 20 players, only one winning CAPE SENIOR CENTER team is announced. When there TOURNEY - The Cape Henlopen "=,uner FALL .ueclals" are 30 or more players, however, Senior Center's fourth annual golf II the "winnings" are split among tournament will be held at 9 a.m., three teams. Monday, Oct. 18, at Marsk Island Jebo says he enjoys the experi- Golf Club, located at 21383 Camp ence because "It's team golf. Arrowhead Road in Lewes Every week you're with a differ- The entry fee is $50 per person, ent team, and the teams are deter- which includes 18 holes ofgolf, a mined by the luck of the draw. golf cart and lunch. Since there are only positive Register at 11 Christian Street  J[[JP points to be scored, you end up in Rehoboth Beach or call 227- 1117,m roofing for each other. You also 2055 by Oct. 11. i see a wide range of ages among the players. We have a young po- MEMORIAL TOURNA- lice officer who comes to a lot of MENT - The friends and family these depending on his schedule, of Ken Herrmann and Paul Free- and there are guys in their 80s. man have announced the first Ken And it's only two bucks. Of Herrmann- Paul Freeman Chari- course, the real action is the side ty Golf Tournament to be held on   XB  Ul lg  [  betting," he laughed. Monday, Nov. 1, at the Ocean #lm. 0t s0 n  $17 0 was ,m 201.o o  Curt Rayner plays with the City Golf and Yacht Club in NOW$15,5 .0,$22.995 .o,$21,995 Tossers in the spring and fall, Ocean City, Md. where both men when he's not so busy with his were avid golfers and active E.C. Shades business in Re- members of thecommunity. hoboth. "I like playing with the Both men lost their battle with guys. There's a lot of horsing esophagus cancer and, therefore, around, and nothing's real seri- all proceeds from the event will ous." be donated in their memory to Lewes resident George Elliott Hospice, the charitable organiza- "  EIgP   F TI[ looked at his friend Roland Mar- tion which generously cared for l0,9,000mawm,m e110w$1s,m " #111B.OlW4,000mil.Wm$30,5 shall and said, "It's a place where them. NOW $15,995 .ow $12,995 .o.$28,995 even left-handers can compete." The event includes a shotgun Marshall just smiled, start at I 1 a.m. on the Newport Head golf pro Devon Peterson Bay Course, followed by an said, "It's a good group. Their awards ceremony, silent auction, matches are a great way for new dinner buffet and celebration of members to getto know the long- Ken and Paul's lives from 6:30- time members. It's mostly retirees 8:30 p.m. at Fager's Island and seniors, and since they play a Restaurant and Bar.  JEEP   BIllgl( gBmllff 1 EEP SlIAIIB gUEIIIIEE modified Stableford system, that The cost for the event is $125 #11N.Only14,000mlleLWm$21),485 #11ffI.Only31,000mllee.Wm$10,N5 #1218.Wu$10,gg5 really takes the pressure off. They per player, $500 per foursome or NOW $18,495 ,ow $9,995 .ow $9,995 have a lot of fun together." $50 to only attend the dinner and We are accepting late model, low mileage, vehicles for consignment! He's right, celebration. Hours: Monday-Friday 9:30 om-6:30 prn Saturday 9:30 am-4 pm Golf team prizes will be award- BENNETT, MACKLIN WIN ed for the top low net teams. Par- 18 HOLE EVENT- Dee Bennett ticipants will also have the oppor: and Madelyn Macklin tied for tunity to bid on silent auction first place in the Sussex Pines 18- items, along with purchasing raf- Hole Lady Golfers event Oct. 5. fie tickets for other exciting Dee Prillaman took fn'st place for prizes. low net, followed by Phyllis For more information, call Paul Green and Doris Defillipis in a Herrmann at 410-267-6522. ,. ....................................... . .................................................. .............................. .... .-- " , ........................... : ......................... ,..,-.rr',' ................. ..., ,,, CTr -Tr - rrrrTlllWrrTrrFrr,7'q]F7711rrrT']lTI]qlY'['T  I-IF--