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Ladies Nine Hole league continues play

Published 1:22am Monday, May 13, 2013

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PINE GROVE — Weekly play has continued each Tuesday for the Ladies Nine Hole League of the Ironton Country Club.

Last week, Pat Riggs served as hostess and she and Johnna Jones won the events of the day.

Last week Joyce Fields was the hostess and served her special homemade treats.

Following the daily events, Fields announce the winners: Rose Auble, Sharon Fox and Jones.

Two weeks ago Fox served as hostess with 12 members participating. After refreshments, events and lunch, she announced the winners of the day as Jones, Wanda Spears, Georgia Willis as well as Fox herself. Pat Riggs won two events on the day.

This week Jones will assume the hostess duties.

The Ladies Nine Hole group extended a special “thank you” to Jim Woods for all his work on preparing handicaps.

Also, Fox invited the ladies group to a mission dinner in May. Anyone interested should contact Fox for details.

Hole-In-One

The club recognized Tom Isaac of Ironton who had a hole-in-one on the No. 16 hole on Sunday, May 5.

Witnesses to the feat were Bill Washburn, Chuck Davis, Todd Christian and Zack Christian.

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