Stew-Stras Education Foundation Golf Outing a Success


Published on October 27 2017 9:41 am
Last Updated on October 27 2017 9:41 am
Written by Millie Lange

The Stewardson-Strasburg Education Foundation raised $3,484 at its recent golf outing at Fox Prairie Golf Course in Windsor.

Six teams competed and the winning team was comprised of Steve Laur, Gary Ellis, J.J. Wright and Lindy Woodward with a score of 53. Larry Renshaw was the winner of the putting contest and Woodward won the chipping contest.

Longest drive was by Brady Jackson. Closest to the pin was Woodward and longest putt was by Nick Ray. For the women, Glenda Worley had the longest drive, closest to the pin and longest putt.

"The Stewardson-Strasburg Education Foundation would like to thank everyone for donating prizes as well as Fox Prairie Golf Course for their help in planning this event," said Jim Weiss. "Without their support, we could not have been successful. Also thanks to Chris Debolt, Jessica Howe, Dena Keller, Alicia Kessler, Mary Tabbert and Jay Vogel, members of the foundation's advisory committee for their hard work in making the event a success."

Prizes were donated by Tractor Supply of Shelbyville, Martin's IGA of Effingham, Vahling's Winery of Stewardson, First National Bank of Stewardson, T.G.I. Friday's of Effingham, Fox Prairie Golf Course, Windsor Pub and Rural King of Mattoon. The Mike Antonacci family was the hole-in-one sponsor. Breakfast was catered by Why Not Restaurant in Stewardson. Lunch was donated by Culver's in Effingham.