“The four-person select shot golf tournament had a really good turn out, and we raised $3,500 in funds,” Russell Pass, founder of the scholarship, said.
There were a total of eight teams with a combined total of 32 players, according to Pass.
The first place team consisted of Jeremiah Brock, Jesse Glover, Josh Glover and Marion Merritt.
The second place team was the “Sonoraville High School” team, and consisted of Brent Mashburn, Matt Hibberts, Mark Momon and Delbert Chambers.
Both first and second place teams shot for a score of 62, and the winner was determined by a scorecard regression.
Sonoraville High School, Gordon Hospital and Calhoun First United Methodist Church, were some of the biggest donors to the scholarship, according to Pass, who also acknowledged Fields Ferry, and Eric Stewart, who allowed them to host the event at the course, and Ann and Kim Mann for printing all the programs.
Additionally, Kyle Johnson serves as the informal accountant for the scholarship, and is the person who sets up any and all tax and legal information for Pass.
Other fundraisers will also contribute to the scholarship fund, says Pass, and recently Jule Medders performed a concert at the Harris Arts Center to help raise money.