Rich Shipp, Chairman of the Golf tournament took to the podium and showed what an old pro he is, not necessarily in golf, but in outlining all the needs and details to be accomplished to have a successful and profitable event. Rich said that it is going to be a fun and he is looking forward to it.

Volunteers will show up at Ancil Hoffman at 9:30 a.m. and will bring lots of ice chests.

Then, at 11:00 a.m., registration will start, there will be a BBQ lunch in back of the club house, and a putting contest. Some of the Sacramento King Ladies will be there to sell raffle tickets. Many in our Club are handling different facets of the event. Stan Roe will get the sodas, Vicky Boatwright (through her company) Budweiser will provide different brands of beer. Rich Brown and the ever present Jay Sedlak will oversee other aspects. Many other members are also involved. There will be golf prizes and raffle prizes that the participants will win during the day and then  big raffle prizes at the dinner so SAVE YOUR RAFFLE TICKETS. Buy plenty and often. In addition to raffle prizes provided by doners, $1500 to $1700 was spent at the pro-shop to provide prizes at dinner which will start at 6 p.m. The Shotgun (a scramble) will start at 1 p.m., Rich says they are expecting 130 participants, so it should be a comfortable and not overly crowded event. A big thanks go to Pacific Coast for their  large donation  to the event, and to Easter Seals.

At 7:30, clean up will begin, so it would be helpful for members to stay after dinner - it should not take long but many hands make short work. Our Club should be proud of all, golfers and volunteer worker bees.