WILTON — The Tyngtown Tee Time Benefit fundraiser was held Saturday, Aug. 29, at Wilson Lake Country Club.

Golfers played in a scrambles format, according to a news release from Tyngtown Club.

The winners:

Lowest gross: Dick Austin, Rusty Clukey, Bruce Dyke and Cliff Harris.

Lowest net: John Cureton, Nancy Stowell, Dick Stowell and Suzanne Twitchell.

Closest to the pin 7: Nancy Stowell.

Longest drive Ladies: Nancy Stowell.

Longest drive Men: John McDonough.

Putting contest: Stan Jackson.

A lunch was served by the Tyngtown ladies under the tents provided by the Boy Scouts and set up by the husbands of the members.

Corporate sponsors were Upright Frameworks, Wilson Lake Inn, Hammond Lumber, ABT Plumbing, Kyes Agency, Franklin Savings Bank, Barclays, Franklin Chrysler and Jeep, and Wiles Remembrance Center. Prizes were donated by Calzolaios and the famous Tyngtown Pies Baker. Raffle items were donated by Expenet, Shelly’s Market, Wilton Hardware, Kelly Weigle, Annette Backus, Dick Austin, Jean Bleyle, Barbara Strong and John Cureton.

A Gordie Flint memorial was donated by Trish Flint.

Other donations were made by Steve and Betty Harris, Ruel Orff Jr., Sue Boyce-Cormier, and many other club members.

The committee includes Paulette Cahn, Zetta Wojcik, Trish Flint, Kelly Weigle, Karen Lawson, Sarah Chamberlain, Robin Bragg, Chris Cox, Nancy Cureton and Joan Haeger.

Proceeds benefit the Wilton Early Childhood Center, Fit Girls, Wilton Free Library. Proceeds also help to provide and to take care of downtown Wilton window box flowers on all storefronts, and other children’s programs.

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