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UCAP Golf Tournament raises funds for community assistance

by Amber McDown

The 2024 UCAP Golf Tournament, held at the Pine Hills Country Club on June 29-30, successfully raised funds to support the United Christian Assistance Program (UCAP). The tournament featured multiple flights of competitors in two-man scrambles, all contributing to a cause dedicated to aiding those in need within the community.

The winners of the Championship Flight were Lance McGuire and Dalton Gould, with Brian Grubbs and Gage Burnham in 2nd place, and Jason Chandler and Drew Bennett in 3rd place. 

In the Presidential Flight, Kevin Anders and Peyton Wells took 1st place, Hays Branch and Jackson McCormick took 2nd place, and Jay and Halverson Halverson took 3rd place. 

In the 1st Flight, Marvin Jones and Mike Harper won 1st place, Clay Simonton and Spencer White took 2nd place, and Blaine Couch and Richie McKissack came in 3rd. 

In the 2nd Flight, Austin and Troy Booth won 1st place, Mike Jewel and Murl Procell came in 2nd place, and Jay Kumar and David Dumas came in 3rd place. 

In the 3rd Flight, Tim Jones and Steve Allen took 1st place, Andy Pendergrass and John Christler took 2nd place, and Richard Carruth, and Tommy Smith came in 3rd.

In the 4th Flight, Philip Lenard and George Booth won 1st place, Mike and Tommy Elshout won 2nd place, and Clifford Scott and Frank Villard came in 3rd place.

This fundraiser also featured a raffle. John Earnhardt won the fish fryer, Danny Clanton won the backpack blower, Steve Allen won the staycation, Eric Brown won the dad’s package, and Adam Hurley won the Blackstone.

UCAP, a non-profit and non-denominational cooperative effort, collaborates with churches, businesses, civic organizations, and compassionate individuals in the Minden area. Their services encompass vital assistance, such as providing food, rent and utility aid, clothing for adults and children, and emergency support for stranded motorists and individuals requiring temporary lodging. The proceeds from the auction and tournament will directly benefit UCAP and its mission to support the local community.

The UCAP Golf Tournament not only brought together avid golfers for a spirited competition but also reinforced the community’s commitment to helping those in need. The funds raised will ensure that UCAP continues to provide essential services, strengthening the support network for Minden residents.

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