Golf tournament raises $8,000 for WhidbeyHealth Foundation

The third annual Bennett Boyles Memorial Golf Tournament raised nearly $8,000 for the WhidbeyHealth Foundation.

The event, hosted by the Penn Cove Brewing Company, honors Boyles, a Coupeville Middle School student who died of cancer in 2017.

The winning team was “He’s With Us,” comprised of Traci Winn, Laurie Leonetti, Maryanne Kirkland and Marty Winn.

More than 80 players took park, and 30 sponsored helped with the tournament at the Whidbey Golf Club Sept. 29.

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