Your support is appreciated | LETTER TO THE EDITOR
June 30, 2010 · Updated 2:38 PM
To the editor:
The South Whidbey High School PTSA Golf Tournament was held on May 2 at Useless Bay Golf & Country Club. Proceeds from the tournament will support PTSA programs for the 2010-11 school year.
SWHS PTSA would like to thank all of those who registered to golf in this year’s tournament; 64 golfers. This was our primary fundraiser for the year, so your support was truly appreciated. Thank you.
Thank you to our tournament host, Useless Bay Golf & Country Club; we would especially like to thank Brion Lubach and Wendy Alexander for their help in organizing our tournament.
The success of our tournament was due in large part to the very generous support of the businesses in our community. Please help us in thanking our sponsors.
Contest sponsors: Payless Foods, John L. Scott Whidbey Island South, Hanson’s Building Supply, Nichols Brothers Boat Builders and Davido Consulting Group.
Hole-in-one sponsor: Rayner and Associates.
Dessert sponsor: J.W. Desserts.
Golf team sponsor: Wildeseas (The Wildes Family).
Hole sponsors: The Star Store, Pacific Landscapes of Whidbey, South Island Properties, Flat Rock Productions, NAPA Island Auto Supply, Whidbey Vision Care, Gemkow Construction LLC, Matts Import Haven, Whidbey Telecom, Sebos, University of Notre Dame Professors (Dick Guise), Glacierwear, Whidbey Island Bank, First Island Financial, Sapphire Embroidery
& Screen Printing, Wescott Floor Covering Inc, The Everett Clinic, Siemens Building Technologies Inc., Clinton FoodMart, South Whidbey High School staff, Island Prosthetics & Orthotics, Frontier Building Supply, Simmons Glass, Healthy Pet, Heggenes Construction, Whidbey Coffee Co., Bayview Vision Clinic, Useless Bay Coffee and ASE & T Land Surveying.
Raffle donations and prize sponsors: Boatyard Inn, Inn at Langley, Prima Bistro, Linds, Lowry James, Sharon Knight, The Goose, Rich’s for the home, The Color Box, Costco Everett, Les Schwab, Webbs Department Store, Neil’s Clover Patch and Dairy Queen.
South Whidbey High School PTSA