at Hollydot Golf Club benefiting Pueblo Community College Foundation at 8:30 tee-off
It was a bright and sunny day, “on par” to match Pueblo Community College’s bright future.
Supporters of the Pueblo Community College Foundation hit the links in the 2014 “Fore! Education” tournament at Hollydot Golf Club on Friday, June 13 to benefit student scholar programs for the college.
132 enthusiastic and persistent golfers tried their best in the scramble format tournament, with most saying, true to golf, that their scores didn’t exactly match their expectations, but all saying they had fun.
The Pueblo Community College Foundation services all of the PCC campuses — Pueblo, Fremont, and the new Southwest Colorado Community College campuses (Durango and Cortez) — and through the Foundation’s student scholar program they bring positive changes to the lives of individuals, families and local communities.
The Foundation supports the College in areas that are not supported by taxes, tuition, or grants and raises funds to provide assistance to PCC students. For more information, log on to www.pueblocc.edu.
Foundation Director Martha Simmons and Ernest Montoya, student scholar
Ken Lewis, left, Guy Hammerland, Jon Schaffer and Alan Carst
Sean McGill, left, Ryan Richardson, Randel McGill, Patrck McGill
Nick Laydon, left, Kurt Madic, John Roth, Jim Hruby
Chris Fendrich, left, Lora Zaletes, Todd Kelly and Lou Minatta
The geese got into the act too.
Larry Benedict, left, Sam Cortese, Tom Clason, Mike Hudson
Volunteers representing the PCC Automotive Program: Ronald Griffin, left, River Martinez and James Cordova
Ryan Griego, left, Bob Silva, Carlos Baca (board member) and Bill Tai
Joe Albo, left, David Timme, Mary Garrett and Alan Anderson
The Trane team
Nick Stringari, David Allen, Mike Snell
Mark Gregory, left, Paul Bernier, Denise Bernier and Sam Segura, aka “Elvis”
Janice Mehle, left, Sherri Woods, Ted and Leslie Shepard
Volunteers soaking up some rays: Candace Dacker, Ashley Curtis, Shanna Montoya and Samantha Pino
Kenny Baum, left, Brian Moore, Brad Lisac and Tim Hylton
Jamie Peralta, left, Brian Figueroa, Renee Rodriquez (board member), Mark Valdez
Dominique Trujillo, left, Mike Grisham, Dario Garcia, Gina Nance
Heather Bush, left, Ann Marie Crosdale and Michelle Terrones volunteering on the course
Orion and Alice Birch, left, PCC President Patty Erjavec and Event Co-Chair Ray Erjavec
Dan Lane, left, Mo Cole, Mike Hester, Jim Martin
Going for a chip shot
Butch Batchelder, left, Judy Kochevar, Bob and Kathy Figueroa
“We prefer the shade:” volunteers Strider Swope, Ellen Taylor and Bonnie Clark
Leon Jackson, left, Jackie and Bill Bekeza and Ken Hightower
Tom Urbina, left, Ken Conyers, Mark Klune, Bob Robler
Volunteers Charles Widup, John Webber and Rocky Diltz, from the PCC Fire Academy (back row), with Morgen Pardun and Jenna Edwards (in front)
Ed Mastro, left, Hal Deselms, Lou and Pam Roberts
Lance Allen, left, Gino Carleo, Louie Carleo and TJ Wright, with mascot “Stuey”
Ray Johanson, left, Cindy Herman, Ron Bourassa and Dee Brown
Courtnee Davis, president of student activities, left, Jason Davis, Tatiana Calvo
Mike Nidey, left, Darryl Stephens, Jason Kendall and Rick Nidey
Bryan Eckhart, left, Tom Antonson, Mike Paycheck and Jesus Casias
Austin Beebe and Kristina Petersen helping out on the course
Dru Novak, left, Jeff Sciortino, Jerry Sutton and Lou Sutton
Keeping things organized: Arlene Sanders, Juanita Fuentes and Ray Aguilera
Ramona Torrez, Sarah Lott, Lacee Patrick, Brandon Caruso and Cindy Ayala ran the putting contest
Dave Vidana, who got a hole in one, left, with Lefty Guidnas, Eric Carson and Derrick Martinez
Fred Velasquez, Tracy Martinez, Donny and Megan Storm
Steve Wright, Tom Welte, Kent Palmer and Greg Hahn
Shawn Sutton, left, Craig Law, Bob Andrew and Tammy Fesmire (board member)
Carlos Baca, Carla Barela, Kaliegh Barnard, Ross Barnhart, Kathy Farley, Tammy Fesmire, Barbara Fortino, Lori Lovato, Charnell Mayer, Mickey Moore, Martha Poole, Pamela Patterson, Renee Rodriguez, Walter Schepp, Dr. Ros Stuber, Wynona Sullivan, Sharon Swerdfeger, Ted Trani, Mary Jane Voelker, Joe Welte, Jan Williams, Paul Willumstad; Associate Directors: Jennelle Chorak, Barbara Leonard, Christine Walters