Ray High football club hosts first golf tournament

Golf Fund Raiser Football 2013.jpg

By Willie Jordan

Ray football head coach

The Ray High Football Club held its first golf tournament on March 30, 2013, which both successful and a lot of fun from all accounts. We would like to recognize all those who participated and those that sponsored and/or donated in some way. Without all of their help the benefit would not have been successful.

First, we would like to thank all the players that took time out of their busy schedules and on a holiday weekend to come and participate in the event.

In addition we would like to thank the following people and businesses: Misita Enterprises, 2013 Pioneer Days Queen Stephanie Lomeli, The Alonzo family, Bristol Bay Pools, Kearny USPS Rural Carrier Phyllis Bailey, the GKI, Silver Cliff Oil and Tire, The Naranjo family, The Alvarado family, Bulman/Griffith Mortuary, Cosmic Coffee, Jackson Hewitt Tax Service, Brian Hogarth, Big D’s, Wernett Pools, GRK Pools, Pace Racing and Kearny Glass and Mirror for their support in sponsoring a hole for the tournament.

We would also like to thank Gordons Market, Save Money Market, Los Hermanos, Big D’s, Larry and Terri Bravo, Shawn and Jennifer Walters, Deborah Harmon, Tim and Donna Hatfield, Ryan and Lana Yocum, Fred and Dee Cruz, Dale and Debra Pace, Jay and Angela Wernett,  Brad Richards, Staci Hatfield, April Jordan, James Fessenden, Ray High School Athletic Department, Ray Bearcat Booster Club, West End Café, LA Casita, Dave Orzell for his assistance in setting the tournament up and Sports Authority for their generous donations of food, water, sodas, gift certificates and raffle items.

Finally, we would like to thank ACE Pipe Cleaning for the very generous donation of $4000 and the Kearny Golf Club for letting us use their facilities.

The football club is extremely grateful to all of those that participated in our fundraiser.

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