“We are very appreciative of the support shown to The First Tee of Brunswick County by our affiliate golf course partners here in Brunswick County,” said Walt Stachura, Eagle level coach and board member. “Through their generosity, TFTBC youth are afforded playing opportunities on quality venues where they can put their The First Tee life and golf skills training to practical use. On the course, they continue to learn valuable lessons that will help them in the future.”
As regular as clockwork, the solid redfish action continues to take place in the creeks of Brunswick County and in upper South Carolina, even as concern spreads over the health of the local speckled trout population.
This has been one long, cold winter. It has dragged on and on, and I’m ready to get it done. If you’ve been looking for my reports over the past couple of months, I apologize for being absent. However, hard to report when there’s nothing much to talk about; or should I say nothing good to talk about.
The Calabash VFW steel tip dart league results for Feb. 22. First: John Hinkman, Jack Goin and Lee Harrison. Second: Hank Olson, Mike Walton and Ken Yusko. Third: Pat Perryman, Jay Valkenburg and Tom McCormack. On March 1, Barbara Ketcham, Barbara Clark and Joe Lenz were first. Second: Jay Valkenburg, Helen McCormack and Craig Sweetman. Third: Pat Perryman, Hugo Kosmel and Mike Walton.
Three board members from The First Tee of Brunswick County attended the Network Meeting of The First Tee Feb. 17-19 in San Antonio. The theme was “Impact, Influence and Inspire.”
“It was exhilarating,” said Joe Stanley, president of the board of directors of The First Tee of Brunswick County. “Over 600 people of diverse backgrounds from all over the United States came together for three days. Their single focus was kids and how to help them become good citizens and the leaders of tomorrow.”