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Recent golf tournament raises funds for Rocky Mount Area United Way
CONTRIBUTED - UPS raised nearly $6,000 for the Rocky Mount Area United Way on Saturday, May 19 during a benefit golf tournament held at North Green Country Club. Dee Hurley and Parley Potter led organization of the event, with special recognition given to Linda Maybin and Steve Sumner for the hard work and dedication in planning the tournament. Fifty-six golfers participated in the charitable event last Saturday. Prizes were awarded to the team with the lowest score, which consisted of Matt Worsley, Johnny Lascallette, Joey Lamm, and Jeff Stroud. A prize was also given to Tarboro High School teacher, LeeAnn Vandiver for being the player with the shot closest to the pin. Players could also enter a raffle to win prizes by purchasing mulligans and red tees.

The Rocky Mount Area United Way supports 35 local programs offered by 14 Community Partners. Our local United Way served 75,824 people in 2006 in Rocky Mount and throughout Nash County, with over 20,000 of these residing in communities outside Rocky Mount. Executive Director, Ginny Mohrbutter explains how important events like the golf tournament are to United Way and the community. "Members of the community are able to raise money for a good cause while also having a great time playing the game they love." She adds, "Events like these are great in establishing a year-round presence that the Rocky Mount Area United Way wants to have in the community."

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