Area Digest July10

Saturday, July 10, 2004

Two tie for Chip-A-Ways honors

Linda Willams and Deanna Peterman tied for first place in the "A" flight of the J.C. Chip-A-Ways this week at Cape Jaycee Municipal Golf Course.

Carol Brown won the "B" flight.

Sharon Dow and Jon Keefe won the play of the day, which was "secret partners." Carolyn Bechle had the low putts.

Saunders plans visit to Cape

Kevin Saunders, a three-time Paralympic wheelchair athlete, will be in Cape Girardeau for a ceremony 10 a.m. Tuesday at Southeast Missouri State's River Campus.

Saunders' visit will be part of his 2,000-mile, 12-week journey from Detroit to Laredo, Texas, to promote healthy living. He wants local communities tofocus on the need for lifelong health and fitness.

In the ceremony, Cape Girardeau Mayor Jay Knudtson will welcome Saunders and issue a proclamation.

Long medalist at Kimbeland

Vicki Long earned medalist honors Thursday in Kimbeland Ladies Golf.

She also was the winner in the championship flight in the play of the day, which was "throw out to holes." Sharon McCune topped the "A" flight, and Jackie Anderson was first in the "B" flight.-- From staff reports

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