This year’s Golfing for Grants event hosted 72 Carteret County golfers in an afternoon tournament hosted by the Carteret Community Foundation on Thursday, May 7. About $15,000 has been earned so far for the affiliate's local grantmaking endowment, with contributions still coming in!

The Morehead City County Club was the scene of the 29th annual golf tournament benefitting the Carteret Community Foundation’s community grantmaking fund with featured prizes for the top teams.

This year’s winners were as follows:  1st place -- Jay Rogerson, Charles Askew, Wes Williams and N.R. Hardison of Williamston, who won four rounds of golf on Pinehurst #2.  2nd place winners included Corey Lewis, Dick Lewis, John Gainey and Skip Sprinkler of Carteret County. Closest to the Pin winners included: Dick Lewis at hole #2, Dewayne Rennwald at hole #5, Brad Piner at hole #3, Jake Oliver at hole #10 and Jerry Roberson at hole #15. Steven Chalk won the prize for the longest drive.

“All of the golfers enjoyed a beautiful spring day to support a great charitable effort,” said Richard McIntyre, Carteret Community Foundation president. “The funds raised at this tournament will be used to award local grants this fall.”

Tournament sponsors included: Parker Buick GMC, which provided a new car for a hole-in-one prize; Sound Bank;  First Citizens Bank; Wells Fargo Business Banking; Frank H. Gainey, Chalk & Gibbs Insurance;  Pat Rauhauser, Edward Jones Investments; Dr. & Mrs. John Scibal; Mike Toler Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram; First Bank; Kivett’s Happy House; A. Ray Harris; McLaughlin Chiropractic Center; Eastman Carpets; Coastal Home Services; Heritage Cabinets; Eddie Cameron Construction; Timco Insulation & Fireplaces; Crowe Law Firm; Simmons Custom Cabinetry & Millwork; Medical Park Pharmacy East; Harvell & Company CPA’s; Outer Banks Marine Construction; Al Williams Properties; First Bank; Coastal Countertops & Tile; David P. Robertson, DDS; MasterClean; David W. Short, DMD, P.A.; Williams Hardware, Soundchoice Insurance, Carteret Surgical Assoc., P.A., Fat Fella’s BBQ & Grille; Blinds and Installations Services; Kittrell Auto Parts, Inc.; Denard T. Lawrence II, DDS; Garrison Construction Company, Inc.; Dick Lewis State Farm Insurance Company; and Turnage Corp.

Anyone wishing to learn more about the Carteret Community Foundation may contact any local board member or Kim Ball, NCCF regional associate at 252-288-5706.

“All of the golfers enjoyed a beautiful spring day to support a great charitable effort,” said Richard McIntyre, Carteret Community Foundation president. “The funds raised at this tournament will be used to award local grants this fall.”

Tournament sponsors included: Parker Buick GMC, which provided a new car for a hole-in-one prize; Sound Bank;  First Citizens Bank; Wells Fargo Business Banking; Frank H. Gainey, Chalk & Gibbs Insurance;  Pat Rauhauser, Edward Jones Investments; Dr. & Mrs. John Scibal; Mike Toler Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram; First Bank; Kivett’s Happy House; A. Ray Harris; McLaughlin Chiropractic Center; Eastman Carpets; Coastal Home Services; Heritage Cabinets; Eddie Cameron Construction; Timco Insulation & Fireplaces; Crowe Law Firm; Simmons Custom Cabinetry & Millwork; Medical Park Pharmacy East; Harvell & Company CPA’s; Outer Banks Marine Construction; Al Williams Properties; First Bank; Coastal Countertops & Tile; David P. Robertson, DDS; MasterClean; David W. Short, DMD, P.A.; Williams Hardware, Soundchoice Insurance, Carteret Surgical Assoc., P.A., Fat Fella’s BBQ & Grille; Blinds and Installations Services; Kittrell Auto Parts, Inc.; Denard T. Lawrence II, DDS; Garrison Construction Company, Inc.; Dick Lewis State Farm Insurance Company; and Turnage Corp.

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