Annual Wilton Golf Tournament Benefits Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center
October 3, 2007
More than $10,000 was raised at the 5th Annual Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center Benefit Golf Tournament held September 13 at Wilson Lake Country Club. This year's festivities included 18 holes of tournament play, a luncheon, awards ceremony, and raffle. Proceeds from the tournament, which was coordinated by Ann Nemi and Joan Marshall, benefit Franklin Memorial Hospital's Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center. Nemi and Marshall, the two powerhouses behind the event, stated that, "This was our best year ever, thanks to our sponsors and players."
Top honors went to Karen Richardson, Cindy Schrepper, Jodi Cornelio, and Prudence Hornberger from Turner Highlands. Second place went to Doris Borkstrom, Denise Hennessey, Arlene Davis, and Jean Cassidy representing Natanis Golf Course. Taking third place were Joan Gould and Joan Marshall from Wilson Lake Country Club and Wendy Strapp and Kelly Welch from Sugarloaf.
Major sponsors included: The Joan H. and Stanley Gould Charitable Foundation; Androscoggin Savings Bank; Richard A. Beck; Birchwood Interiors; Mardy Bogar; Carrabassett Coffee Company; Bruce Chalmers; Bill Creasy; Lloyd Cuttler; Pat Durham; Martha Fish; Franklin Printing; Franklin Savings Bank; Steve Haber; Stan Keirstead; Steve and Deborah Pierce; Belgrade Lakes Golf Club; Jo's Hair Fashions; Gavin Kane; Norman and Leona Leavitt; Joan and Dick Marshall and family; David Nemi; Sam and Kate Webber Punderson; Jay Reynolds; Richard's Greenhouse; Riverside Greenhouse; The Rosenbergs; Sandy River Golf Course; Cindy Schrepper; Smart Works Physical Therapy; Sugarloaf USA; Kathy and Georgette Sutton; Town of Carrabassett Valley; Norman and Suzanne Twitchell; Peter, Sally and Ella Webber; Peter Webber, Sr.; Ann Wehrman and John and Linda Wentzell.
The Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center provides area women with timely access to state-of-the-art breast cancer screening, diagnostic, clinical, and care-support services. The Center memorializes a Carrabassett Valley resident who was a victim of breast cancer.
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