The team of Jeremy McGraw, Jason Fox, Chad McLees and Anthony Conley shot a 52 to finish on top of the Swinging for TRUST golf outing June 8 at Snow Hill Country Club.
Proceeds from the event will be going toward funding East Clinton Middle School’s Project TRUST camps during the 2018-19 school year. Project TRUST is a camp geared toward teaching students the importance of respect and understanding.
“We were very impressed to see how many local businesses stepped up to help support this cause,” said Steven Sodini of East Clinton. “As we reached out to business owners in the area, there were multiple instances of the owner sharing how Project TRUST impacted them personally or a family member. Many of our donors have family members who attended a camp while in school.”
The event raised $3,652, according to Sodini.
Golf cart signs were made possible by Buffalo Wild Wings, Wilmington. Score cards were sponsored by Streber Mortgage. Great Oaks donated favors for each golfer.
Hole sponsors were Brown Funeral Home, Carrie Zeigler – State Farm Insurance Agent, Kava Haus, Great Oaks, McCarty Gardens, Smith-Feike-Minton Insurance, Cargill Inc., the Mediterranean restaurant, Bond Insurance, Jen’s Deli, New Vienna Church of Christ, Town Drug of Sabina, Walker Farms, Accurate Image, Penny Moore CPA, South Street Wine Cellar, Engine House Pizza, and Peoples Bank.
Snow Hill club pro Mike Deters and his staff prepped the golf. Chris Gatton played live music during the event.
Donations for the raffle were provided by Andrea and Bill Davis, Laura Sizemore, John and Jill Sodini, Lisa Stephens, Ernie and Penny Moore, Royal Z Lanes, Alicia and Thomas Sodini, East Clinton Athletic Boosters, Chad and Stacy Taylor, and Snow Hill Country Club.
Jim Marsh, Andrea Davis, Steven Sodini, Laura Lynch, Molly Lynch, and Rachel Lynch volunteered during the event.
The Project TRUST slogan is “Be Nice Out There.” For more information about Project TRUST, visit the website “beniceoutthere.com” or find Project TRUST on Facebook @eastclintontrust.