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Shoot The Breeze / Re: Merry Christmas!
« on: December 15, 2010, 06:44:23 AM »
Wednesday’s cartoons. Sign-up or sign-in to see the cartoons

Shoot The Breeze / Re: Merry Christmas!
« on: December 14, 2010, 06:59:11 AM »
It's 12 days before Christmas.

Shoot The Breeze / Re: Merry Christmas!
« on: December 13, 2010, 06:55:14 AM »
A little Monday morning laugh.

Shoot The Breeze / Merry Christmas!
« on: December 10, 2010, 07:04:51 AM »
Here's a little Christmas cartoon humor. Click on cartoon to make it larger.

Courses / Nashville, TN
« on: November 18, 2010, 08:10:52 AM »
I’ll briefly be in Nashville, Tennessee this weekend and I’ll have time to play one round somewhere. Does anybody have any suggestions on what course I should hit in that area.

Shoot The Breeze / Re: Gary Lewis Achievement Award
« on: November 18, 2010, 08:09:47 AM »

Frank Grimes - Some of the reasons why he was awarded The Gary Lewis Achievement Award.

Raised over $3500 for Morning Star Mission at the J-Town Ice Bowl

Busted ass all year while battling cancer to continually make Community Park one of the most friendly and beautiful places to play disc golf. The amount of time and hard work that he puts into this course is breathtaking.

Community Park in Channahon was in immaculate condition for all  5 tournaments held there in 2010
The List:
J-Town Ice Bowl • Feb. 27, 2010
The Dave Pitner Memorial • May 1 & 2, 2010
Chain Reaction 2010 • June 26 & 27, 2010
2010 J-Town Disc Golf Club Invitational • July 9, 2010
23rd Channahon Classic • September 25 & 26, 2010

Vice President of the J-Town Disc Golf Club

One of the founders of the Frank & Bean’s Handicap League.

Worked extremely hard on getting Highland Park into shape for IL State. Concrete work, stump removal, garbage pick-up, and hours of weed whacking including a couple of hours in the morning before he played in the tournament.

He worked anywhere and everywhere when he was called upon.
Sorry Paco that this wasn’t mentioned at the ceremony.

Please feel free to elaborate on anything that was missed or something you feel should be mentioned about Frank.

Shoot The Breeze / Re: My Friend FRANK
« on: November 18, 2010, 07:04:28 AM »
Congratulations!! You are one bad mutha!.

Courses / Re: Channahon
« on: November 04, 2010, 08:37:35 AM »
Hole 9 is mine Grimes, now take your Italian Sausage fingers off of it. All i want from you is about a couple thousand rocks to line both sides of the fairway. Then clear out about another 75 feet behind and slightly to the right of current basket, and build around a 20 ft mound to put the basket on top of. After you do all that put my name on it, oh and by the way thanks in advance. One last request i forgot about frank. The large tree just left and in front of the tee that blocks big anhyzer shots, i need that removed. Twenty years ago that thing was the size of a 5 ft bush and was quite easy to throw over. I hope your passion can accomodate my needs brother, otherwise i'll have to find someone else to do all the work so i can take ownership of my hole. Let me know how long this will all take, i was thinking you could have all this done by thanksgiving.
You crack me up Flash. What I'll do is put thay on the to do list. Short term I'll make a sign & stick it in the ground with your name on it. I'll stick it on the right of the short tee pad. We have to think of a name, it used to be Harmon's Hill.

I got  it.

"Flash Drive"

Courses / Re: Channahon
« on: November 01, 2010, 07:27:19 AM »
Channahon signs look great! Mike is definitely one of a kind and we're lucky to have him.

In Memory Of... / Re: Dennis Flatt #4366
« on: October 29, 2010, 12:42:09 PM »
Moved last three posts to a new topic called “Channahon”


We were getting away from what the post was orginally intended for “In Memory Of Dennis Flatt”

Shoot The Breeze / Re: Gary Lewis Achievement Award
« on: October 28, 2010, 07:37:20 AM »

In Memory Of... / Re: Dennis Flatt #4366
« on: October 28, 2010, 07:11:20 AM »
One of the holes at Channahon was named after him similar to Highland Park's holes  All the holes at Channahon were named after local players with big wooden plaques hanging in trees. Does anybody remember what hole Dennis had and what it was called?

Holes 10 & 11 were called  “The Flatts” and the sign was on hole 10.

Leagues & Tourneys / Re: 2010 J-Town Doubles League Party
« on: October 19, 2010, 09:34:37 AM »
It's fixed. Thanks Jason!

Leagues & Tourneys / Re: 2010 J-Town Doubles League Party
« on: October 19, 2010, 07:34:41 AM »
J-Town Doubles Party
October 16, 2010
Highland Park-Joliet
23 Holes - White Tees  - added holes A-E
Par 69
Conditions: About 69 degrees, sunny and gusty winds
The course is in great shape. A perfect day.
78 Doubles Players
Over 120 disc golfers, their families and friends attended.

Dan Osysko & Ben Carrescia whipped the field by two strokes throwing a great round of 54 (-15). They end up taking home 82 bucks each. We had a tie for second with the teams shooting 55s (-13) John Vargo and Eric Bassett  took second and split 116 bucks. Jason McKinney & Nate Winterstein took third and split $86.
Shawn Harmon skipped aced hole #6 = $78

RAFFLES- We had well over $4000 in merchandise raffled.
Big prize winners.
Basket #1 - Brian Kevish
Basket #2 - Aaron Crombie
Bean Bag Game - Brian Kevish
Portable Basket -  Brian Kevish
Mini Basket  ?
Plus over a 150 discs, shirts, hats, fishing tackle, posters, stickers and much more.
Raffle Donators
Phenix Disc Sports - www.phenixdiscsports.com
Riphizer - Shirts, minis and hoodies
Steve Olson - 4 disc holders
Darrin Johnson - Bean Bag Game

There are many thanks to give. The league wouldn't be where it's at with out you. I'll try not to leave anyone out.

A small army of family & friends and many hours went into this party
First, to all the family & friends who came out and cooked, prepared & served a fantastic lunch. JoAnne Saenz, Tracy (Johnson) Kenner, Bonnie McKinney, Angie Bazan, Carolina Saenz, John (Chango) Saenz, Justin Schanks and Emily Mounts.
To all the ladies who came out and supported us on Sweetest Day!

Gary Lewis- league prizes and raffle merchandise

Belmont Athletic Club - for the use of their great facilities.

JoAnne Saenz & Tracy Kenner  - for cooking, preparing cakes, cookies and side dishes all week!

Dominic Sanfilippo - The butcher man

Ryan Schumann -  art on boxes

Mike Kursell- picking up & transporting trophies, plaques & raffle baskets in the middle of the night. Setting up in the morning.

BASKETS - Darrin Johnson, Dave Kociuba, Patrick Johnson, Jason Poole, Thor Batchelor  and everybody else who brought a basket

Everybody who unloaded and set-up the bash.
Everybody who stayed, loaded and cleaned up the big mess.

Trophies & plaques were beautiful!
ROB MARTIS - Gary Lewis Award, overall trophies, plaque plates
DALE DELSASSO -  Joliet Cabinet Co. - wood plaques and assembling
We would be lost without these guys.

Gary Lewis- for everything you do for our league. The Backbone!

Mike Kursell- The new Doubles league art

Tracy Kenner - for organizing the payouts during league night

Riphizer - Free hot dogs and your raffles were awesome the first half. You created a party atmosphere every week.

Taco Lady - Thanks for curing our munchies the second half. 

The hundred or so players who worked on the courses threw out the year. Our courses look great and are in amazing shape.

Thanks to all the players for coming out this year.
Special Thanks to all the players who dedicated 6 months to the league by coming out every Wednesday. Are league is strong because of your dedication. Thanks to all the guys who gave a hand through out the year with registration, setting-up and breaking down.

Thanks for supporting the league.
www.jtowndiscgolf.com - Jason Poole
A special thanks to my wife JoAnne for here patience with me and dealing with an unbelievably busy year of disc golf.

Hopefully I didn't forget anybody, but we usually do, so thank you too!

See You Next Year,
Jesse & Darrin

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