Shawn McCarthy & Josh Henderson helped with wood chips Friday. When I get there this afternoon, Josh will be there. Wednesday, I have Shawn, Josh, & Tim Murray.
Thanks you guys!
Thanks you guys!
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I can use a hand, mostly spreading wood chips, getting Channahon ready for the Classic. The Park lets me use the cart, so it would be working hrs. 8:00am to 3pm. Other things I'd like to do is a gravel circle around #13's basket, tune up the gravel in front of some of the tees. Let me know.
Hey Jesse, it's getting to that time of year again. I'm going to start July 2nd, only because I'll be in the area that day. We had tags there last night & phew!, a lot of work is needed. I guess, like last year, you'll put out the word & start on a Saturday.
I finally go the last of the donations. First I want to say this is about our club & our community, helping others. Every dollar counted, & thanks to all to put us currently in 2ND place with $9,332.00. When that article was written, I mentioned to Terri along with the board we'd be around $9,000.00. I guess she didn't believe me & said over $8,000.00. That's true. I'm not sure if y'all know the impact, but it's a big deal! The first year, $3,559.00, 2ND $5,700, 3rd $8,600.00, & this year $9,332.00. I'm not sure where will end up. It seems top five. Thanks for the post from the Herald, Ray. Everyone in our club can brag!
PS Along with all this, I think J-Town won it's first club challenge, you go J-Town!!!
I realize this is early, but I'd like to jump on it for Ill. State. The erosion on the steps are like a handicap ramp. We need sharp flat shovels, & I can put an edge on it, if needed. I'd like Jesse to focus on the tournament, we can get the course ready.
If you have time you might find this interesting. Perhaps some have heard in the news about the sniper Chris Kyle, a Navy Seal, with 160 confirmed kills, that was murdered & recently buried. There was a 200 mile trek for his burial.
That brought me to Carlos Hathcock a Vietnam Marine sniper. It's amazing when you need the barometric pressure to make the shot, of course the wind & distance is computed.