Mammoth-San Manuel Education Foundation hosts annual

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This year’s winning team was Louis Vargas, Ralph Bencomo, Ron Cooper and Dave Galks. John Hernandez | Miner

San Manuel Miner

The benefit golf tournament for the Mammoth – San Manuel School District Education Foundation Fund was a big success this year. Thanks to their many sponsors and the golfers that showed up, the Foundation made $7,500. This year’s winning team was Louis Vargas, Ralph Bencomo, Ron Cooper and Dave Galks.

Superintendent John Ryan would like to thank the many sponsors that included:

Gold Sponsors

Capital Finance, Kenyon Energy, Innovative Senior Living, Capstone Pinto Valley SMARRCO, Stelcore;

Silver Sponsors

Mid-State Energy, Oracle Ford;

Tee Box Sponsors

Aaron Franco State Farm Insurance, AIR Comm, American Fire Equipment, Amy Whatton Realty, Arizona Big Game Hunters, Assessment Technology Inc., Capital Finance, Catalina Mrina, Clear Glass, Corkers, Dale’s Collision, Danny Gonzales Family, Double J Auto Service, Dub’s Plumbing, Ed and Grace Wagner, Elks Care/Elks Share, Excitos Escholar, Family Dollar, Farmers Insurance, First Avenue Elementary Faculty and Staff, First Avenue Elementary STUCO, Henry Velasquez Constable, Jackson Hewitt Tax Services, Jim and Jo Donaldson, John, Carmen and Isaac Ryan, John and Jamie Dicus, Kyle Donaldson and Family, Las Casita (Mammoth/San Manuel), Mammoth Seniors, Mammoth STEM STUCO, Mammoth STEM Teachers and Staff, Maria’s Restaurant Hayden, Mel’s Drive In, Minit Market San Manuel, Oracle Auto Repair, Quality Paint and Body, Rancho San Manuel, Red Hawk Copper, Salt & Pepper San Manuel, San Manuel National Junior Honor Society, San Manuel High School Student Council, San Manuel Junior High Student Council, San Manuel Historical Society and Thrift Store, San Manuel Fire Department Association, San Pedro Valley Pizza Co., Sun Life Health Care, Vantage West, Vern and Kay Stover and W&W Services Physical Therapy.

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John Hernandez lives in Oracle. He is retired and enjoys writing and traveling. He is active in the Oracle Historical Society. He covers numerous public events, researches historical features and writes business/artist profiles.


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