Chamber of Commerce golf tournament
Foursomes fielded by 13 area businesses took part in the 13th annual Berkeley Springs-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce golf tournament at Cacapon State Park. Golfers competed on June 6 with monies raised dedicated to the Chamber’s commitment to community projects and this year to improvements to the park gazebo.
Unfortunately, no player on the course aced the hole-in-one challenges sponsored by Eddie’s Tire Service and Hamilton Nissan. No one drove home in the 2012 Nissan Altima, the prize for a hole-in-one on #15.
Tournament winners: Flight One 1st Place - Mountain View Solar & Wind, players Mike McKechnie, Brian Romine, Rich Pell and Jesse Waugh; second Place - Mountaineer Materials Handling, players Dave Smith, Roger Salen, Al Blankenship and Kevin O’Neil; 3rd Place - Franklin Miles & Company, players- Tom Hadden, Charlie Lowey, Mike Beahm and Chris Beahm.
Second Flight first Place - Luke Christie - State Farm, players, Luke Christie, Jay Redick, Kent Kesecker and Dave Piepenbrik; 2nd Place - Berkeley Springs Best Western Inn, players Matt Omps, Andy Omps, Larry Omps and Timmy Compton; 3rd Place - Apple Valley Waste, players Jeff Shiring, J.P. Phillips, Brenton Park and Tim Stoner.
Closest-to-the-pin winners included Brian Romine, Pat Craven and Doug Brown. Longest drive winners were Cathy White and Chris Beahm.
The Chamber recognized all teams, corporate sponsors and donors at the picnic luncheon after the tournament. Gold Corporate Sponsors included: Carl M. Freeman Companies, CNB Bank, and Luke Christie-State Farm Insurance.
Lunch was sponsored by Snyder Envirnomental Services.The beverage cart was sponsored by Atasia Spa, Berkeley Springs Moose Lodge #1483, Roach Energy/Berkeley Springs ROCS Convenience and Triad Engineering.
“The management and staff of the Cacapon Golf Course were instrumental in the success of the tournament. Charlie Fields and all his staff provided outstanding service,” Chamber President Lyn Goodwin said. Also Rob Ford of Bob’s Big Beef who donated the tent.
The tournament was planned by Chamber members Bob Marggraf, Lyn Goodwin, Roger Salen, Tom Rokisky and Beth Curtin. Helping with arrangements and the day of the activity Dennis Curtin, Janie Swaim and Laura Smith.