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From the Editors of CU Weekly
PAC GOLF TOURNAMENT RAISES $59K
|Chapter leaders present the total fundraising amount raised at the end of this year's Multi-Chapter PAC Golf Tournament.
05/21/13 10:13 AM
More Than 165 Attendees
The annual Multi-Chapter PAC Golf Tournament in Valencia, CA attracted approximately 165 credit union CEOs, executives, and volunteers—raising a grand total of $59,055.
Proceeds will go toward the California Credit Union League’s Political Action Committee to help support candidates who understand the unique role credit unions play in their communities.
The May 20 golf tournament, held at the Tournament Players Club Valencia, was in Scramble format and featured contests for Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, and Putting.
This year's winners include:
- Marvel Ford, California CU
- Mark Damon, SWBC
- Scott Lorenze, California CU
- Dan Boozer, SWBC
- Jason Howard
- Curt Ruther
- Chris Ray
- Allen Peterson
- Anthony Restivo, Pacific Oaks FCU
- Tom Neuhaus, Pacific Oaks FCU
- Jason Tarin, Pacific Oaks FCU
- Chris Ion, Pacific Oaks FCU
Closest to the Hole
- Men's—Allan Peterson
- Ladies'—Marcia Francisco, Autoland
- Hole # 4—Tom Harter, Microdynamics Group
- Hole # 11—Dave Holmes, Xceed Financial CU
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