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2000 Golf Outing
Kindsvater Joins Publication Crew
Thanks to last week’s editor,
Bellevue Downtown Rotary Club
1st PLACE (Ringerville!)
2000 Golf Outing
Accompanied by a magnificent sunrise embracing Mt. Si, the Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club’s Fifth Annual Golf Outing played itself out at the Mount Si Golf and Country Club’s beautiful course between
Snoqualmie and North Bend, with 135 golfers competing for top prizes during the five-hour event. Participants were heard to rave about the vistas, the weather, and the fellowship. Proceeds of the tourney
go to defray costs of the upcoming BBRC Raffle.
After a shotgun start at 8:00 a.m., the foursomes wound their way between the pines and firs to rack up respectable scores. The Rotary Cup, first established three years
ago, was captured by the visiting team from the Bellevue Downtown Rotary Club. Each player received a memento, and the Downtown Club will receive an engraved traveling trophy. More
The Rotary Cup was snatched away by the team from the Bellevue Downtown Lunch
The July No-Fine Badge was won by silent auction by Steve Lingenbrink. Actually, his bid of $200 was the only one received and Sergeant At Arms Rourke O’Brien offered
to take additional bids to prevent Lingenbrink from stuffing the post office boxes with unclaimed literature. No one seemed to mind. Lingenbrink has carte blanche for July.
Friday’s Meeting At
Overlake G & CC
The BBRC, facing a
conflict at its usual haunt at Glendale Country Club, will hold its next meeting, Friday, July 14, at the Overlake Golf and Country Club, 8000 NE 16th St, Medina (click here for a map). Meeting begins at
7:00 a.m. Program features Chappel Langmack of the King County Library System.
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