Forty-seven ladies from area golf courses recently joined in friendly competition to benefit the Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center at Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington to pay for expenses not covered by insurance during the treatment and recovery.

The event was held at Maple Lane Golf Course in Livermore. Playing in teams of four, they vied to win free play at other golf courses which all donated to the cause. In the end, more than $4,800 was raised.

Some area businesses and individuals donated money displayed as $50 or $100 tee boxes sponsors or provided products for the raffle table and silent auction. Golfers purchased raffle tickets and bid on the silent auction items in support of the cause.

Sue St. Pierre made a quilt which was the featured raffle item. The quilt was won by Nancy Pratt of Weld.

Prizes were given to teams for lowest scramble scores. First-place winners of rounds at Sugarloaf were Sue Clary, Pam Doyen, Louise Parker and Ashlee Quirrion.

Second-place winners of rounds at Oakdale were Marie Burns, Ann Nemi, Nancy Pratt and Sherrill Rollins. Third-place winners of rounds at Maple Lane were Rose DeSlauriers, Katie Dixon, Jodi Grant and Jan Welch.

ß∑Novice golfer Ashlee Quirrion claimed the prizes for both the Longest Drive on hole No. 2 and Closest to the Pin on hole No. 6 competitions.

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