Readers Say Thanks
The Justin Lee Steffen Memorial Scholarship Foundation held its second annual golf tournament at the Rifle Creek Golf Course on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2010. We were very excited to bring the tournament to our home town, our community, this year. We appreciate each of you who came out and supported our family and the Foundation.The tournament was allot of fun with a great turnout. The scramble event had 84 players and over 100 people attending the Oktoberfest following the tournament. We would like to Thank the Rifle Creek Golf Course for the excellent course and a special thanks to Tad Halloway for running a fun, efficient and classy tournament for us.A special thanks to Reto and Lotte at the Columbine Restaurant for accommodating us and providing an incredible authentic Oktoberfest feast for us.We would like to Thank our Title Sponsor, Hudspeth & Associates for their support and generosity. We appreciate all of you who came out and played in the tournament this year.The first place trophies went to the Garfield County Sheriffs Team: Bill Middleton, April Middleton, Chad Whiting and Jesse Burns.The second place trophies went to: Sandra Leyva, Jim Peterson, Traviss Guiccini and Sam Orr.The third place trophies went to the Hudspeth & Association team: Rob Levitt, Dennis Buelow, Dick Means and Allen GalloglyHighest scoring team trophies went to: Gary Evans, Syddnie Evans,Kyle Whiting and Tyler Chapman.Putting contest winner: Connie OlsonLongest drive: Tyler GossClosest to the pin: April MiddletonThe real winner however, is the Justin Lee Steffen Memorial Scholarship Foundation! The goal of the Foundation is to make a difference in the lives of others by providing scholarships each year to those interested in Journalism and have shown a commitment to making a difference in the lives of others and to fund programs for at risk youth. We want to give special thanks and recognition to those businesses and individuals who have supported this year’s tournament:Sandra & Jim Peterson, Williams Production, Rifle Parts House (CARQUEST), Grand River Hospital District, Mountain Distributing, Orrison Distributing, Rifle Performance Motorsports, Kuersten Construction, Bill Barrett Corporation, Exxon, Fuller Field Services, Silt Fitness Center, Hotel Colorado, Glenwood Hot Springs, Yampa Spa, Choice Liquors, Elk Creek Mining Co, Sports Authority, Factory Surplus, Big City Burrito, Alpine Bank, Stereo Unlimited, Rifle Works, Jimmy’s 66, Bears Sports Bar & Grill, Obreque Tile Works, Jim Booth, Cole Family, Rhonda Bell, Nondis Lawther, Dave Collard, Aspen Harley Davidson, Myrtle Evans, Pat & Eugene Steffen, McDel Publishing, Starbucks, Timberline Bank, Moe’s Grill, Raining Images, City Market, Silt Country Florist, Crabtree’s Auto Body, Walmart, Jimmy John’s, Valley View Hospital, Bill Tabor, Bendetti Family, Troy Thornton, Laurie & Jim Cooley, Blackeye Screen Graphics, Rib City Grill, Whalen Custom Cabinets, Stuver & LeMoine, P.C., Staples, Glenwood Springs Mall, Midas, Hampton Inn, Tyler Chapman, Scott Holm, Thad Greene, Dan & Heather Spink, Larry & Harry Cole, Steve & Tanya Dunbar, Twyla Whiting & Sharon Lee. Our gratitude and appreciation to everyone who helped make this event the success it was. Thank you for supporting our commitment to make a difference in the lives of others.Rick, Robin and Maddi Steffen
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