Bishop Chamber of Commerce Results of Chamber Challenge Golf Fundraiser on Sept. 30th

 

The Bishop Chamber of Commerce wishes to thank everyone who supported the Chamber Challenge golf fundraiser last Friday at Bishop Country Club.

Sponsors included Adventure in Camping, Alex Printing, Alta One Federal Credit Union, American Graffix, Ameriprise – Don Matthewson, Ashley Furniture – Ridgecrest, Back Alley Bowling, Berkeley , Bishop 395 Inn, Bishop Real Estate – Rasmuson and Associates, Bishop Twin Theatre, Booya, Carl’s, Junior, Dow Villa Hotel, Eastern Sierra Now, Eastern Sierra Propane, Eastern Sierra Realty, Eldridge Electric, Grocery Outlet, Hawks
Landing Gourmet Candy, High Country Lumber, Highpoint Solar, Holy Smoke Texas Style BBQ, Home Lumber, Honeybee Photography, Implementing Change, Inyo Register, KIBS/KBOV, Laws Railroad Museum, Mahogany Smoked Meats, Lita Norsworthy In Memory of Galen, Our Water Works Car Wash, Perry Motors, Rusty’s Saloon, Sierra Maps, Sierra Wave Media and Valley Health Team.

A big thanks goes out to the crew at Bishop Country Club for setting up the challenges and making sure the event ran smoothly.

Winners for Challenge #1 were Dave Mappus, Troy Spoonhunter, Mike Logan, and Randi Pritchard.

Winners on Challenge #2 were Jason Jernigan, Dave Mappus, Jim Cummings, Mike Logan and Terryl Mappus.

For Challenge #3, best scores went to JJ Cervantes, John Helm and Brandi Jernigan.

Winners for Challenge #4 were Dave Mappus, Jason Jernigan, John Helm, Terryl Mappus and Brandi Jernigan.

Challenge #5 was the “Pool Party”, and high scores were recorded by Dave Mappus, Mike Logan and Randi Pritchard.

All players received small award for participation and the big prize packages were awarded by raffle.

“We had a great group of players in all skill levels and all age categories. We especially loved seeing grandma Becky Stewart out playing with her granddaughter Trinity Godinez,” explained Tawni Thomson.

The Bishop Chamber is a local non-profit organization working to promote business, tourism and responsible recreation for the benefit of the community. Fundraisers such as this help them host important projects like the upcoming Christmas Parade.

“All in all, Chamber Challenge was a great success and we’re already planning for next year,” states April Leeson, Event Coordinator for the Bishop Chamber of Commerce.”

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