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CFCC Nets Proceeds From Tournament

By Corbin Murray, posted Nov 20, 2012

The Cape Fear Community College (CFCC) Foundation introduced tennis to this year’s second annual Halloween Golf Tournament to benefit student scholarships. Thirty golf teams and 36 tennis players participated in the tournament at the Cape Fear Country Club last month.

Donations for the tournament ranged from $1,000 to $2,500 and totaled $45,000. Sponsors included BB&T, PPD, Silver Sponsors, Marine Max, Parkway Volvo, Ortho Wilmington, McGladery, Queensboro, Coastal Beverage, Outback Steakhouse, Wellington Benefits, Coca-Cola, Pita Delite and Dan Smith. Tournament officials specially thanked Courtyard by Marriott and the Hilton Garden Inn for hosting the John Daly Lemonade Stand.

Mitch Henry, Chip Gettys, Matt Kirby and Jamie Sischo from PPD were declared the gross winners of the golf tournament. Beth Quinn, Mary Barto, Greg Neel and Tommy Mann from First Citizens came out as the net winners.

Summer Springstead, Karen Musselwhite, Joy Hosier and Han Goh, known as the “Fearful Group” and the “Capable Group” respectively, were announced as the winners of the first Halloween tennis tournament.

The Cape Fear Community College Foundation exists solely to support the students, teachers, programs and mission of the college. Most of the funds raised are used for scholarships.

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