49 Golfers Take Part In Doug Kwiatkowski Memoria
The 10th Annual Doug Kwiatkowski Memorial Golf Outing held on Saturday, July 26 at Hunter 's Glen Golf Course, Crivitz, was again a huge success with over 80 sponsors, dozens of volunteers, and 49 golfers taking part.
The Douglas Kwiatkowski Memorial Foundation will again provide new youth scholarships to 2015 graduates in Crivitz and Wausaukee.
The 2014 scholarship recipients, Cody Bates of Crivitz and Hope Young of Wausaukee, as well continuing scholars, Cody Wolf, Logan Gruszynski, Brook Wickman and Kate Morrison were in attendance at the event.
The Foundation will continue to provide sponsorships of youth activities in Crivitz and Wausaukee in the coming year. The Crivitz Area Food Pantry was recognized as the 2014 Outstanding Youth Service for their exemplary service to students in the Crivitz School District through their Backpack Buddy Program, which provides healthy snacks and other food items for the weekend for students and families in need. Marge Banaszak received a check for $250 following the outing and the Foundation provided an additional donation of $250 to the Pantry following a winter fundraising event still in planning. The funds are hoped to be helpful in the effort to establish regular food distribution site in the Crivitz Schools. Over the past nine years, the Foundation has also made contributions to the Stacy and Zach Franzmeier family, the CESA 8 Victory Olympics, Crivitz High School Science Club, Twin Bridge Waterski Team, Crivitz Youth Football, Crivitz High School Band, Crivitz High School Golf program, Crivitz Ski-Cats, Faith Presbyterian Youth Group, Crivitz Youth Baseball, Amberg Area Food Pantry, families of Children with Cancer, Habitat for Humanity, and to number of homeless service agencies, as well for providing emergency assistance to families in crisis in the northeastern Wisconsin area communities.
While contributing to the brighter futures of deserving area youth, the event also provided fun and prizes for everyone involved. In the Foursome Scramble Competition, the Scratch Flite was won by the Irrigation Dr 's / Hultman Team (Wayne, Dennis, and Jon Hultman and Matt (Duke) Early), who registered an outstanding round of 10 under par 62.
The Hunters Glen I Team of Logan Gruszynski, Evan Belland, Jim Berger took the Handicapped Flite honors with a solid round of 68 gross and a net score of 65.
The On the Fence winners were the Hunters Glen II Team of Bill and Judy Drier, Jeff Edlebeck and Mary Nelson with a score of 5 under par 67, and the High Gross / High Net Award went to the fun-loving Girl Cousin Team of Lori Osterdyk, Jen Austin, Annemarie Rein and Shelly Steeno.
Two skins were won and one donated to the foundation at $ 47 each. The Irrigation Dr 's Hultman Team claimed one skin for an eagle on hole 3, the Hunters Glen I Team claimed the second skin with a birdie on hole 7.
Dave Greely won the Warrior Lob Wedge compliments of Bob Hoyer for the Closest to the Pin competition on #2. Hole-In-One Contests were sponsored by Witt Auto providing a two-year lease of a 2014 Ford Focus on # 8, Witt 's Piggly Wiggly & Ace Hardware providing a Simplicity Riding Lawnmower on #13, and Precision Carts and Parts providing an EZ Go Golf Cart on #17. Although there were no hole-in-one winners, two special Golfers Only raffle prizes were distributed by drawing: Jason Trinkner winning two Packer tickets provided by Sandstone Storage; and Jeff Austin winning the autographed Wisconsin Badgers Football print donated by Bob Hoyer.
Jim Jacquart won the Grand Prize in the merchandise raffle: a Summer Tour of Golf package provided by Hunters Glen, including five golf packages at superb Wisconsin and U.P. golf locations. The First Prize Go with the Flowage package, including a one night Suite stay at Popp 's Resort, a one day pontoon rental from Sandstone Storage and Bill 's Four Seasons Sales and Service, and gift certificates at Rene 's Dining, Dan and Tim 's Riverside Inn and Vacationland Fun Park was won by Nancy Sharkey.
The Second Prize 8-1/4 Power Miter Saw donated by Crivitz Lumber Co. went to Jim Jacquart, and the Third Prize of a Donald Driver Collector Print donated by Rene 's Dining was won by Jeff Austin.
Eighteen fun hole prizes were awarded and over 100 merchandise prizes and gift certificates were distributed by the raffle. No one left without a gift or prize thanks to the generosity of the many sponsors.
The Kwiatkowski family and all involved with the Foundation thank the sponsors, contributors, volunteers and participants for making the golf outing and fund-raising event a success, as always
All the Glory Be to God!
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