The Union All Sports Booster Club and the Union COG Pool Park would like to thank everyone who helped to make our Golf Scramble at Clarion Oaks Golf Course on Sept. 9 a success. Karen Davis at Clarion Oaks was a tremendous hostess and help, and we appreciate her support. We hope to build on this first time and make it even better next year.

Thank you to all of the golfers for participating. We hope that you had a good time and enjoyed the food.

We would also like to take the opportunity to thank the following businesses and individuals for their donations and sponsorships: Birdsfoot Golf Club, The Leader-Vindicator, Eric Shick Insurance Agency, Park Inn, Murray Contracting, McCleary Business Machines, Rimersburg Beverage, Beels Insurance, Gloria and Allan Walzak, Mike and Heather Marsh, Zanot Vending, Harriger Auto Body, District Judge Jeffrey Miller, Toby Food Group — Arby’s, Clarion Animal Hospital, Carrier Insurance Agency, Tom’s Riverside, CBF Contracting, C. Shirey Sanitation, Carpet Barn, Clarion County Community Bank, Seidle Chevrolet-Buick-GMC, Klingensmith’s Drug Store, First United National Bank, M&B Redi Mix, M&B Services LLC, M&M Pizza, Clarion Electric, Sky Jet Restaurant, Big D’s Stump Grinding & Backhoe Service — Ray McCleary owner, Korner Restaurant, C-93 Radio, and Sarah’s Snack Shack.

Without your support, the golf scramble would not have been as successful as it was. Please be sure to thank these businesses when you visit them. Hope to see you next year!

CATHY WALZAK

Union COG

and

SARA WEAVER

Union All Sports

Booster Club

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