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The OD Shag Club Election Party was on Saturday, October 24th, for the 2016 Board of Directors. There were 157 Members and Guests in attendance. Big thank you to the Hospitality Committee for their hard work getting everyone signed in and counted. Quite a few members were dressed in their Halloween Costumes and even had Zombies entertain us with the Thriller line dance. Congrats to Ken Meyer for winning the 50/50.
The Election results for the Board of Directors 2016 are as follows:
President – Monica Powell
Vice President – Terry McCoy
Secretary – Tina Tomberlin
Treasurer – Beth Cornwell
3 Board Positions – Linda Campbell
Thanks to Milford Powell for allowing us to take over Pirates Cove for a few hours and the Food Committee, along with John Powell, for arranging a great Fish Fry for the club. Jay Nelms was our DJ for the event and Pat Harris was our Photographer.
This was also the night that we announce the Al Cain Award Winner for 2015. The purpose of the Award is to recognize members who have made outstanding contributions to the OD Shag Club. This year’s winner of this award goes to Karen Young for her continuous support and dedication to the club, going above and beyond the call of duty.
Thanks to everyone that attended, voted and made this another wonderful gathering of friends!!
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A group gathered with me this morning directly after the clean sweep and kept right on cleaning. What a mess!! The ODSC lost a great deal in the storage unit but the majority of it was old. Everything had to be removed and the unit was swept out. What ever could be saved, was wiped down with cleaner, reorganized and returned to storage in dry containers.
Thank you so much to everyone who came out and helped.
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The weather held out for us this morning and we had a very productive clean sweep. There were 23 bags of trash collected by the 19 people in attendance. Great Job!!!! The members enjoyed coffee, juice, Hardee’s biscuits and doughnuts.
The remaining food that was leftover was donated to the Cherry Grove Fire Department. They were very happy to have breakfast and they appreciate us helping with keep the streets clean.
Thank you goes out Nancy Queen and Judy Nutt for getting the food, vests and grabbers along with Fritz Eckhart for taking pictures.
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Our 25th Annual SOS/ODSC Charity Golf Tournament was again held at the Valley at Eastport Golf Club in Little River, SC. Seventy-three golfers took part on a beautiful day for golf. Everyone enjoyed meeting and greeting old and new friends. The golfers were from all over the US and a lot of local players also.
Golfers started arriving about 7:30 am. They were greeted by the ladies and bags were checked in. Liquid sunshine, biscuits and donuts were available for everyone. After a brief welcome by Geoffrey Girling and Bill Jones, the GM of the golf course, Sonny Tomberlin explained the changes in the rules, the putting contest, the marshmallow long drive contest and shortcut to eagle. The shortcut to eagle gave the golfers an opportunity to play from the 150 yard marker.
All winning teams scored under par.
The following golfers won cash prizes:
Glen Phillips – closest to the pin
Pat Lynch – closest to the pin
Ron Lewis – putting Contest
Curtis Edmondson – marshmallow long drive
1st Place Team
Curtis Edmondson, Bob Miller, Dale Rinker, David Pitman
2nd Place Team
Jim Harris, Dale Holland, Dick Hughes, Frank Bohn
3rd Place Team
Bill Gainsman, Jerry Melton, Kevin Brynes, Harvard Turnbull
Last Place Team (New this year)
Bobby Jackson, Lou Pampare, Linda Cox, Leonard Gardner
This year’s golf tournament was led by Geoffrey Girling and Sonny Tomberlin. The Raffle Prizes and the hole sponsors was led by Karen and Rich Young. Board Liaison was Brian Schmitt. Administrative assistance was provided by Joyce Girling, Monica Powell and Karen Young.
Many ODSC members participated in obtaining hole sponsors and prize donations. Many members also participated on Tournament Day doing various jobs from picking up food, registering golfers, checking bags, selling mulligans and raffle tickets, cooking hamburgers and hot dogs to being cart girls. All volunteers added to the success of the tournament. Our Club is fortunate to have each of these caring and participating volunteers. As always, special thanks to each of them for their dedication and participation.
ANOTHER GREAT GOLF TOURNAMENT.