Don Cuttill Memorial Golf for Compassion
Golf for Compassion is an outing that supports our compassionate ministries for most of the year along with persons with a heart for others who gives periodically. The money is used to help many who have fallen on hard times and cannot purchase prescriptions, pay rent (mortgage), utilities and other such needs. Great care is given to the management of these monies. If you would like to contribute you may give cash or a check made to "First Church of the Nazarene - Compassionate Ministries."
Set for September 24
Justin Neufeld (Community Life Outreach Director) is the organizer of this tournament.
If you want more information you may contact him for the information at 217-875-0616. The 2011 Tournament is scheduled for September 24.
Winners and Finest Attire Winners of the 2010 contest are:
Matt Bohlman's Team.
With the Finest Attire award a Payne Steward look alike was a winner (great look Matt).
Fathers, Sons, Mothers, Brothers and even Grand Kids Played
These two played well, hit some great shots (at least that is what we heard from them). Familly is a great part of this tournament.
Many Have Played Every Year
Some, like Bob Gruenewald, have played every year.
James Draytons Family Played
Pictured here is James Drayton who had his family as a team (mom, dad, brother). Can't Wait to Tee it Up
Russell Corey and his band of Ringers played excellent golf.
It was a come to know Golf lesson to some of us duffers.
All Marsha Cuttill Price and Ed Abla are so grateful to all the participants in the Golf Tournament.
This year we Raised $3500 for Compassionate Ministry. In addition to the golf fees we have had several supporters of Compassionate Ministries make additional contributions.
The ministry of caring for the needs of many who find themselves in difficult situations is on going because of your gifts. This was Don Cuttill's dream that this should happen. It was he who started the outing several years ago when seeing a need to help others.
Thank you for your dream, Don.
Decatur First Church of the Nazarene