BC Drug Court hosts successful golf tourney

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Barry County Drug Court hosted another successful golf tournament at the Cassville Golf Course on Oct. 9. The event raised $3,661.71 for the successful local drug court program.

"We want to thank all those who donated to the tournament," said Johnnie Cox, Barry County prosecutor and a member of the Drug Court team. "It was all needed and very much appreciated."

Top golf honors went to the first place team in the championship flight, which included Brent Johnson, Stacie Johnson, Kim Cribbs and Joey Parr. The team was sponsored by SONIC.

Second place winners in the championship flight were John Urban, Fred Wood, Tim Ludwig and Willie Hendricks.

Winners in the A Flight were Dennis Ledgerwood, Marlee Edie, Casey Crass and Doug Nickle. Second place honors went to Jeff Reed, Gary Fields, Sheryl Cassity and Brian Stehlik.

Other awards were presented to: Tom Prince, longest putt; and Kim Cribbs, closest to the pin and longest drive.

Hole sponsors for this year's tournament were: Ball and Prier Tire; Barry County Advertiser; Baywash car wash; Bob Bishop State Farm; Brinkman Specialties; C. Carr and Associates Realty; Cassville Veterinary Clinic; Ellis, Cupps and Cole; Freedom Bank; Heritage Medical Clinic; Hutchens Construction Co.; Johnnie Cox; Ken's Collision Center; Law Office of J. Michael Riehn; Law Office of John A. Lewright; Luck E Strike; Ozark Mountain Counseling Center; Re-Max Flat Creek Realty; Tomblin Jewelry and Gifts; and Willis Insurance.

Course event sponsors were: Barry Electric; Commerce Bank; First State Bank; IDF; Latco of Missouri; Security Bank of Southwest Missouri; and Sonic Drive-In.

Additional support was provided by: Angels Anonymous; Barry County Drug Court Alumni; the Cassville Democrat; Chuck Edie and the Cassville Golf Course; McDonald's; Craig Williams, John Hendricks; Les Jacobs; Murder Rock; Ramey; Sonic; Stuart Lombard; and Tomblin Jewelry and Gifts.

"Thank you Barry County for your support and the privilege to serve the area through the drug court program," said Cox.

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