CRC makes donations to local charities

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Copper Resource Contracting hosted its second annual charity golf tournament on Sat. Sept. 29, at the Queen Valley Golf Course to great success. 

More than 100 golfers attended the event.

Proceeds this year were given to three local charities: Gila Community Food Bank, Superior Head Start and Superior Senior Center.

Superior Senior Center and Superior Head Start each received $1,627.50 and the Gila Community Food Bank received $6,045.

Many local businesses contributed gift certificates and other items to the event for raffles including: 412 Bar, Allied Fire, Andy and Cheryl Lopez, Apache Gold Casino, Atlas Copco, At Your Finger Tips, Be Optimistic, Big O Tires, Brocket’s Bath Boutique, Cali’s Flowers and Cecil Trucking.

Additional contributors include Clear Advantage Auto Glass, Commercial West Insurance, Copper country News, Superior Deca, Diamondbacks, Diamond Shine Detailing, Dick’s Boasted Chicken, Dream Manor, Dutchair, Earth Mover Tires, Edward Jones, Empire Southwest, Francisco Grand Hotel, Going Postal, Globe Auto Painting, Globe Quick Cash, Gold Canyon Tobacco & Liquor, Golden Eagle Distributing and Jalin Enterprises.

Additional contributors include Jared the Balloon Guy, Guayos on the Trail, Hansen Engineering, Hwy 60 Motors, Inn at Eagle Mountain, Lindco Equipment, Mahoney Properties, Mary Kay-Anna James, Mobile Force Refueling, Old Mine Shaft Pizza, Orica, Pac West, Peeks Performance, Pepsi, Phoenix Suns, Robert Horne Ford, Rodriguez Construction and Rumco.

Additional contributors include Serenity Room, Sparkletts Water, State Farm Insurance, Superior Environmental, Taylor, Duffy and Associates, Tubac Golf Resort and Spa, United Health Care, United Jewelry, Western Reprographics, Horne Dodge Chrysler Jeep Nissan, Horne Hyundai, Horn Kia, Dr. Cecil Barton, Intuitive Industrial, Camp Dresser & McKee, Simax Lithography, Blucor Contracting, RLM Mining Energy, Tri City Fire, Geo Supply and Ginger Hurst.

There were also many volunteers.

 

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