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Big boost from golfers

Thanks to our supporters, the Coupeville Booster Club 2008 Golf Tournament and Dinner was a tremendous success! Nearly $6,000 was raised for school athletic programs and our students. If you haven’t heard the good news, this also turned into a historic landmark day. Booster Club member Robert Pelant accomplished an unbelievable feat by sinking his second straight “hole in one” at our tournament for the second year in a row to win a big prize. We are grateful to our tournament sponsor, Frontier Chevrolet, for sponsoring four hole-in-one prizes, including a 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix.

We had a beautiful day at Gallery Golf Course followed by a dinner at the CPO Club and amazing auction run by our very own Dale Sherman. Many thanks to all our Booster Club members, the Coupeville School District and the following individuals and businesses for sponsoring holes and donating auction items:

Aqua Gifts, All Island Lock and Key, Bayleaf, Gary Berner, Branch Business Services, Brenda’s Front Porch, Christopher’s Restaurant, CHS Athletic Teams, CK Electric, Coastline Planning Services, Collections Boutique, Creative Memories, Ed’s Construction, Edward Jones, Forever Engraved, Heidi’s Coffee Shop, Horse Tales Nursery, Larry and Molly Hughes, Island Pet Center, Jay Cordary Photography, Jet Enterprises Construction, Kapaws Iskreme, Keystone Café, Ken King, Koetje Insurance, Brad and Shelli Trumbull, Deb and Hank Savalza, Peggy Knoll, Lavender Wind Farm, Miriams, Murdy’s Consulting Network, Sandi & Jim Murdy, North Central Drywall, Oak Harbor Motors, One More Thing, Beyond the Sea, Back to the Island, Penn Cove Architects, Robert and Joanne Pelant, Don and Roberta Piercy, Serendipity Catering, Skagit Farmer’s Supply, Viewridge Construction, Whidbey Island Bank, Whidbey Women’s Health, and Wright Construction and Design.

We are grateful to be part of community that strongly supports our schools and youth. Go Wolves!

Donna Keeler


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