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					                                                                                                                                                                         DOWN SYNDROME ASSOCIATION of ROANOKE
                                                                                                                                                                                       Serving Southwest Virginia
                                                                                                                                                                      Providing Support & Information to the Community Since 1990
                                                                                                                                 Newsletter	                                                                                                                                                                            Summer	2006
                                                                                                                                 	                                      P. O. Box 4683 • Roanoke, Virginia 24015 • (540) 772-6460 •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     MISSION STATEMENT
                                                                                                                                 The Down Syndrome Association of Roanoke is a not-for-profit, nondenominational organization providing advocacy, educational and support services
                                                                                                                                 for families and friends of individuals with Down syndrome, as well as professionals who work with individuals with disabilities. The DSAR’s
                                                                                                                                 goal is to improve the quality of life for all persons with mental and/or physical handicaps and to make Southwest Virginia a model community for
                   Fun for everyone at the                                                                                       individuals with disabilities.
  14th Annual Mac and Bob’s Annual Benefit Golf Tournament.
           Story and more photos on pages 4 and 5.                                                                               In This Issue:
                                                                                                                                 Upcoming Events........................................................................................2   Keys to the Future.......................................................................................6
                                                                                                                                 Miscellaneous News ....................................................................................3   Announcements ..........................................................................................7
                                                                                                                                 Golf Tournament .......................................................................................4   Oral-Motor Myths ............................................................................... Insert

              The Down Syndrome Association of Roanoke is an affiliate of the National Down Syndrome Society                                                                                       PrESIDENT’S ADDrESS
                                                                                                                                    School is out and my favorite season of the year is here! We have two upcoming events this summer, which you will not
                                                                                                                                    want to miss. Please join us at Mac and Bob’s Restaurant in Salem on Tuesday, July 25 @ 5:30 to show our appreciation to
                                                                                                                                    Joe Dishaw and Bob Rotanz for their generosity with their charity golf tournament, which benefits the DSAR. Our skating
                                                                                                               Non Profit Org.
                                                                                                                                    party at the Skate Center on Brambleton Avenue will be Sunday, August 6. Once again we will entertain, and be entertained
                                                                                                                                    by, the Journey of Hope cross-country cyclists.
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                                                                                                                                    Many thanks to all those who helped out with the Mac and Bob’s Benefit Golf Tournament. Once again, the tournament
DOWN SYNDROME ASSOCIATION of ROANOKE                                                                           PERMIT NO. 331
           Serving Southwest Virginia                                                                            Roanoke, VA        was a huge success. We couldn’t have done it without the volunteer efforts of so many of our members.
    P.	O.	Box	4683	•	Roanoke,	Virginia	24015
                                                                                                                                    Thank you!
       RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED                                                                                                     Sarah Clarke, President

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2005-2006 Advisory Committee

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Dee Bryant
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Joanie Bryant

                                                                                                                                   Executive Board Members 2005-2006                                                                                                               Gregory Carter
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Susan Carter
                                                                                                                                                                  Sarah Clarke, President                                                                                      Loreda Cunningham
                                                                                                                                                             Pat Macdonald, Vice President                                                                                            Erica Farley
                                                                                                                                                                  John Cloeter, Treasurer                                                                                            Vikie Hassall
                                                                                                                                                                    Kathy Cole, Secretary                                                                                            Tina Hatcher
                                                                                                                                                                      Leigh Ann Bowen                                                                                                 Robin Mays
                                                                                                                                                                     Adam Sarbin, M.D.                                                                    Sarah Clarke, representing the Executive Board
                                Hope to see you at our get-togethers this summer!                                                          Our heartfelt thanks to . . .
                                Tuesday, July 25, 5:30 PM                                                                                  all of our donors from the 2005-2006 Allstate Giving Campaign, Combined Federal Campaign, and United Way campaigns. As a result of
                                DSAR Appreciation Night at Mac and Bob’s Restaurant, 316 E. Main Street, Salem                             the generosity of the following people, we received over $9,000 in donations. Thank you to everyone for your support of the work of the
                                Come buy dinner for your family to show your appreciation to owners Joe Dishaw and Bob Rotanz              DSAR in the community.
                                for sponsoring our golf tournament for the 14th year in a row. We usually have our own room and this
                                evening is a lot of fun!                                                                                   We would also like to especially thank Mr. and Mrs. Jim Germann for their very generous donation of $2,600.

                                                                                                                                           Mr. Atkins                           Nina Edwards                          Carol Johnson                       Rebecca Reed
Sunday, August 6, 5:30 to 7:00 PM
                                                                                                                                           Mr. Bailey                           Renee Evans                           Mary Johnson                        Linda Rhodes
Skating party with free pizza and soft drinks and free skating at the Skate Center, 4121 Brandon Avenue, SW, Roanoke
                                                                                                                                           Traci Gilley Basham                  Karen Ferrell                         Ragena Jordan                       Franklin Riles
Small fee for skate rental or Play Zone use.
                                                                                                                                           Keishawn Buckner                     Jesse Fletcher                        Mrs. Larkins                        Jaclyn Robertson
Join us in welcoming the Push America Cycling Team as they cycle through Roanoke.
                                                                                                                                           Deborah Castillo                     Alyson Frye                           David Lawrence                      Benjamin Short
                                                                                                                                           Colston and Sarah Clarke             Jim and Melanie Germann               Mr. Leftwich                        Sherrie Smith
Thursday, September 14, 7:00 PM
                                                                                                                                           Kathy Cole                           Mathew Gooch                          Patricia Macdonald                  Tracy and Whitney Smith
Nancy Morehouse from Special Olympics
                                                                                                                                           R. Timothy and Mary B. Conner        Jon Gruver                            Kimberly Markham                    Janet Stohler
Meeting Location TBA
                                                                                                                                           Marsha Cooke                         Kimberly Ann Haddox                   Joelle Miller                       Laura Stump
Please call the DSAR at (540) 772-6460 for more information closer to the date or check our web site at
                                                                                                                                           Rebecca Cooke                        Melissa Hamblett                      D. Kaye Mitchell                    Melissa Ann Stump
                                                                                                                                           Brenda Dillon                        Betty Handy                           Bruce and Tami Molnar               Pamela Stump
Sunday, October 8
                                                                                                                                           Tracy Divers                         Linda Hatcher                         H. Nichols                          Bryan Thompson
Buddy Walk
                                                                                                                                           Kelly Doak                           Delinda Holliday                      Tonya Popchak                       Juanita Williams
A mailing will be made closer to the date, or call the DSAR at (540) 772-6460 or check our web site at in September

                                                           Our heartfelt thanks to our donors for enabling us to                           Conferences
                                                           continue our work of improving the lives of people with
               Welcome                                     disabilities in Southwest Virginia.                                             National Down Syndrome Congress (NDSC) Annual Meeting, July 21 to 23, Atlanta, Georgia. The National Convention has been compared to
                                                                                                                                           a giant family reunion, where lives are touched, relationships made and renewed, and a sense of warmth infuses the gathering. The convention
                                                                              Billy and Emily Boone in honor of Jasmine                    is a vibrant and exciting weekend. They are expecting at least 1,800 registered attendees. For more information, call the DSAR for a brochure
 Please join us in welcoming our newest members:                                                                                           or log onto the NDSC web site at www.
                                                                             Erika Brenner in memory of Charlie Helms
     James Bailey and Jamie White and family                                         Brizzolera Family Enterprise                          The National Down Syndrome Society is holding its annual conference with the World Down Syndrome Congress in Vancouver, Canada
        Ben and Kendra Griffin and family                                                                                                  from August 22 to 26. For more information, log onto their web site at
       Tonya and Peter LaTempa and family                                                  Walter R. Larson
                                                                                                                                           Collaborating for Student Success, Inclusion Works-Making the Vision a Reality, will be held on Tuesday, October 17, 2006, at the Southwest
                 Grace Moorman                                                        Lewis Gale Medical Center
                                                                                                                                           Virginia Higher Education Center in Abingdon. The conference is for Pre-K to 12 educators and families who participate on school-based
             Mike Russell and family
                                                                              Jon C. Roberts Memorial Scholarship Fund                     teams. Registration fee is $25. Call (800) 848-2714 for more information.
    We hope you will join us soon at one of our                                              Adam Sarbin
   get-togethers so that we can get to know each                                                                                           In the Community
                                                                          William and Marzetta Sinkler/ Sinkler Living Trust
                    other better!                                                                                                          Easter Seals Lekotek Center offers a customized, family focused program for children birth to eight years facilitated by their family play
                                                                                       Amy and Steve Spangler
                                                                                                                                           specialists for $10 per month. They also offer a toy lending library. Visit them at 201 East Main Street in Salem or call at (540) 777-7325.
                                                                                      Carl and Kimberly Williams                           Easter Seals also offers a variety of summer camps for children and adults who have disabilities. The camp is located in New Castle and can
                                                                                            Kristi Williams                                be reached at (540) 864-5750 for more information or send an e-mail to Deborah Duerk, Director at
                                                                                                                                           Camp Virginia Jaycee has day and over-night camping for children and adults with disabilities. Their camp is located in Bedford. Contact
                                                                                                                                           them by phone at (800) 865-0092 or log onto their web site at
    Editor’s Note                                                                                                                          Therapeutic Recreation Services of Roanoke County has activities for every age at every time of the year. They also have a new program
                                                                                                                                           S.O.A.R, Supported Opportunities in Accessible Recreation Inclusion Services, that offers support to individuals with disabilities to participate
    Please direct all inquiries about this newsletter, including new subscriptions, address changes, and requests to be dropped from the   in recreational programs with their non-disabled peers. Call (540) 772-7529, ext. 2, for more information, or check out their web site at www.
    mailing list to Patricia Macdonald, Editor, at the Down Syndrome Association of Roanoke (DSAR). Every intent is made to keep 
    our information accurate, but we do make mistakes so please let us know if you notice an error that we have overlooked.
                                                                                                                                           Additional Support Groups
    The DSAR is a non-profit organization and is staffed entirely by volunteers. Contributions to our organization are always welcome
                                                                                                                                           • The Autism Action Group of the Greater Roanoke Valley. For more information, call Shirl Light at (540) 777-2904 or send an e-mail to
    and may be mailed to the DSAR at the address below. The DSAR does not charge membership fees and provides this newsletter
    free of charge.
                                                                                                                                           • Down Syndrome Association of Central Virginia. Contact Sydney Gunn for more information at (434) 401-0788.
                             Down Syndrome Association of Roanoke, P.O. Box 4683, Roanoke, VA 24015
                              Telephone (540) 772-6460, web address, e-mail                                     • Down Syndrome Association of the New River Valley. Contact Kristi Williams at (540) 651-6505 for more information or send an e-mail

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Keys to the Future Conference a Highlight of Spring                                                                                           Miscellaneous News and Other Good Information
Energy and enthusiasm abounded at our second Keys to the               Carol Tashie, who came in from Rutland, Vermont to share               We held a monthly meeting in March just before our Keys to the Future Conference. Our guest speakers were Kathy Greenan
Future Conference on March 18. About 180 people from                   her expertise on friendships and how to facilitate them at             and Michele Wells, Counselors with the Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services (DRS). They gave a very helpful
all over the state gathered for the day to share the expertise         home, in school and in the community, Dr. Pitonyak gave a              presentation on the services that the DRS provides, which focus on employment and job preparation. DRS typically becomes
of eight speakers and to learn ways to open the door to the            session on supporting a person with difficult behaviors, and           involved with the student in the eleventh grade, and earlier than that if the student has a more significant disability. Among the
future of those who have Down syndrome in their lives.                 Kenneth Norwood, Jr., M.D., of the University of Virginia              topics they addressed were the importance of having transition services in place between eighth and ninth grade as students
                                                                       Children’s Hospital talked about early child development               enter high school. This can include independent living preparation, such as budgeting and driver’s education, and vocational
The morning started off with Chris Campbell, a young man               in Down syndrome. Ross Hart, J.D. of Hart and Hart                     preparation, if the student is interested in pursuing a vocation. DRS counselors have many resources and parents and students
who recently completed the innovative On Campus Transition             Attorneys of Salem shared information on guardianship.                 should not hesitate to call them to see how they can assist individuals with Down syndrome who plan to seek employment after
Program at Radford University, giving a keynote address with                                                                                  high school. Ms. Greenan is the counselor for Roanoke County and Salem, and Ms. Wells is the counselor for Roanoke City and
the Coordinator for the Program, Nancy Landes. The audience            Offering this conference is one of the highlights of our               Botetourt County. They can be reached at their office on Brambleton Avenue in Roanoke County at (540) 776-2715. To find a
enjoyed Mr. Campbell’s wit and sense of humor and gave him             Association and we are already planning our third Keys to the          counselor for other localities, log onto the DRS web site at and click on “Find an Office” or call the state office
a standing ovation at the end of the presentation. The next            Future for March of 2008. We rely heavily on our fundraising           in Richmond at (804) 662-7000.
keynote speaker was Sara Rosenfeld-Johnson, an internationally         to enable us to bring in such an excellent panel of speakers,
known speech language pathologist who founded Innovative               provide lunch and snacks, provide handouts, and offer                  Our guest speaker for our June meeting was Diane Rodil, MS, CCC-SLP, from the Center for
Therapists International in Tucson, Arizona. She went through          complimentary admission to those parents who could not                 Rehabilitation and Development who gave an informative presentation on Language and Feeding
what she called the “Myths of Down syndrome”. She has                  otherwise afford the $25 registration fee. It cost the DSAR            Development. She stated that babies and children who have feeding problems usually have sensory
given us permission to reprint an article with the details and         $16,000 to put on this conference for parents and professionals        issues as well and she works with an occupational therapist to address touching the food before
it can be found in this newsletter insert. She emphasized the          and we are indebted to our donors and supporters for giving us         the child will eat it. She also said that babies and children who are being fed through a tube should
importance of not cutting the rubber nipple when feeding a             this opportunity to provide information on Down syndrome               transistion from continuous feeds to 30 minute feeds at scheduled intervals throughout the day as
baby with Down syndrome, and also to always keep the infant’s          that otherwise would not be available in Southwest Virginia.           soon as medically appropriate to mimic meal time hunger cycles. This way the body will be familiar
head higher than the rest of his body when drinking from a                                                                                    with hunger once oral eating resumes and therefore motivated to eat. Babies and children who are
bottle or nursing. She said that if a baby must bottle feed, a         We have a number of people to thank for their help with the            being fed intravenously or through a tube should receive feeding therapy at that time even though
bottle with a disposable liner should be used. This way a parent       conference. Volunteers included Joanie Bryant, Susan Carter,           they are not “eating”. For more information, contact Ms. Rodil at (540) 989-1290.                        Diane Rodil, MS, CCC-SLP
can use a finger to push up on the liner to help the baby get          Sarah Clarke, Kathy Cole, Loreda Cunningham, Sharon Duncan,
the formula in his mouth if he is not able to pull the formula         Erica Farley, Vikie Hassall, Tina Hatcher, and Jenice Pearl. Jeanine   Chase Cloeter, son of DSAR founders Susan and John Cloeter, was featured in a front page article
into his mouth because of low muscle tone. Ms. Rosenfeld-              McPhearson created all of our attractively printed materials and       of The Roanoke Times on June 1, 2006 titled “It’s great to have him around”. The story is about Chase and friend Daniel Gills at
Johnson remarked how taking care with early feeding will go            mailed all of the confirmation letters to registrants. Dr. Joseph      Hidden Valley High School. You can find a link to the story on the home page of our web site at or visit http://
a long way towards proper tongue and mouth development.                Coleman, Director of Assessment and Technology for the City  
                                                                       of Salem Schools, loaned us the use of two LCD projectors,
There were two keynote sessions after lunch. The first was             saving the DSAR about five hundred dollars. Our treasurer,             The DSAR donated $1,530 to fund the annual All Social Clubs Dance, a dance for adults who live in group homes and coordinated
given by David Pitonyak, Ph.D. from Imagine Consulting in              John Cloeter, made sure all the bills were paid in a timely manner,    by Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare. The DSAR has provided funding for this event for at least six years. The DSAR also
Blacksburg who talked about the importance of belonging,               and Dr. Adam Sarbin helped with recommendations for some               donated $500 to our national affiliate, the National Down Syndrome Society.
and the need for parents and professionals to take care of             of our speakers. Dr. Patricia Bickley, Project Director at the
their own emotional needs so that they can best take care              Technical and Training Assistance Center at Virginia Tech,             A recent pilot study from Children’s Hospital Boston indicated that most of the 19 children, ages 8 to 17 years, with serious
of their children, students, or clients. His presentation was          posted information about our conference in their newsletter            congenital heart defects benefited from a program of stretching, aerobics, and light weight exercises. For more information, log
touching and funny at the same time, as he interspersed his            and mailed conference flyers to over a thousand people on their        onto
own experiences to illustrate his points. The second speaker           mailing list for us, greatly increasing the number of professionals
was Cary Griffin from Griffin-Hammis Associates of Florence,           and parents who were informed about the conference. Finally,
Montana. He challenged the audience to think of job options            Pat Macdonald, who organized the conference, would like
for people with significant disabilities outside the occupations       to thank her husband Neil and daughter Elena for their
where we traditionally see them employed. Mr. Griffin talked           help in putting the conference handouts in the folders.
about his work of tailoring self-employment to a person’s
strengths and interests and shared a video of a young man who          We’d like to close with a quote from Stephanie Hoer, who
has Down syndrome driving a Bobcat at a construction site.             attended the conference and sent us this e-mail. “I wanted to write
                                                                       and commend you and all of the members of the DSAR on the
There were morning and afternoon break out sessions, where             tremendous conference last weekend! It was perhaps one of the
conference participants chose the topic that would best help           most informative events I have attended in quite some time and
them as individuals, parents, or professionals. Expertise              I walked away from the day with so much useful information!”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Sara Rosenfeld-Johnson (left) and Carol Tashie
shared during these sessions included Ms. Rosenfeld-Johnson            Thank you, Stephanie, for attending, and we hope that even
                                                                                                                                                                                                             the evening before the Keys to the Future Conference.
giving presentations on speech and feeding and Mr. Griffin             more people in the area will be able to attend in March of 2008!
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Details on the conference can be found on Page 6.
from sharing ways to find personal genius and using the self-
employment option. Also included in these sessions were
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                                                                                                                                                    Thank you to the following businesses and individuals who contributed raffle prizes, enabling us to have
                                                                                                                                                    another successful year with the raffle. We had great prizes thanks to all of the donations!
                                                14th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament                                                                 Advance	Auto                                 Fuddrucker’s                                 North	American	River	Runners
                                                      a Hole-in-One for DSAr                                                                        Ann	&	René	Ratliff                           Grand	Home	Furnishings                       Nu-Tan
                                                                                                                                                    Apple	Barn	II                                Graphics	Etc.	Galleries                      O’Charley’s
                                                                                                                                                    Applebee’s                                   Greg	Norman                                  Olive	Garden
                                                                                                                                                    Arby’s                                       Haverty’s                                    RM	Communications
                                                                                                                                                    Arnold	Palmer	Enterprises                    Heavenly	Ham                                 Roanoke	Dazzle
                                                                                                                                                    Awful	Arthur’s                               Hollywood’s	Restaurant	and	Bakery            Roanoke	Valley	Vipers
The mood was festive and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves at the Mac and Bob’s 14th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament                               Barter	Theatre                               Hot-Z	Promotional	Products                   Roanoker	Restaurant,	Inc.
supporting the Down Syndrome Association of Roanoke (DSAR). The tournament was one of our most successful ever, raising                             Billy’s	Ritz                                 Jersey	Lily’s	Roadhouse	Grill                Ronde	Barber,	Tampa	Bay	Buccaneers
more than $14,500 for the DSAR. We are indebted to the continued support of owners Joe Dishaw and Bob Rotanz to our                                 Blockbuster	Video                            Jimmy	V’s                                    Salem	Avalanche
organization in this, their fourteenth year sponsoring the golf tournament by providing coffee and Danish in the morning, a delicious               Brambleton	Deli                              Jose	Maria	Olazabal                          Sara	Braaten
lunch and a gift for each golfer. This year each registrant received a great Mac and Bob’s hat.                                                     Bristol	Motor	Speedway                       Kathy	Cole                                   Seve	Ballesteros
                                                                                                                                                    Brooks	Robinson                              Lax	&	Sunie	Mitchell                         Shakers
We would also like to thank our other key sponsor, Duncan Acura Audi of Roanoke, for                                                                Buffalo	Wild	Wings                           Lee-Hi	Lanes                                 Skate	Center
sponsoring the hole-in-one car for the second year in a row. They also donated a great prize                                                        Busch	Gardens                                Lee	Trevino                                  Steve	Spangler
package for each of the other four par 3 holes including a cruise and Ping clubs. We will present                                                   Carolina	Tractor                             LifeWise	Fitness                             Stuart	Appleby
them with a special appreciation plaque at the dinner at Mac and Bob’s Restaurant on July 25.                                                       Colin	Montgomerie                            LMT	Fette                                    T.G.I.	Friday’s
                                                                                                                          Roanoke, VA               Corned	Beef	and	Company                      Lynn	Burkett                                 Texas	Steakhouse	and	Saloon
Thank you to all the golfers who played in the tournament this year. We thank you for choosing our                                                  Creative	Curbs                               Mark	O’Meara                                 The	Homeplace
tournament, and we are also appreciative of those who come back year after year; this is a true compliment                                          Deb’s	Frozen	Lemonade                        Melissa	Hamblett,	Longaberger	Consultant     The	Homestead	Resort
to those who work to make this tournament a great event for everyone. We would also like to thank everyone who purchased raffle tickets, and        Denzel	Washington                            Member	One	Federal	Credit	Union              The	Hotel	Roanoke	and	Conference	Center
all of those who contributed by sponsoring a tee or green. Our raffle ticket sales were great again this year, with almost $1,100 sold before the   Donna	Wilson                                 Metro	Restaurant                             The	Willard	Companies
                                                                                                                                                    Elegant	Portraits                            Miami	Dolphins,	Ltd.                         Tom	Watson
tournament, and an ending total of $3,452. The tee and green sponsors were strong as well, with $3,490 collected. Several people donated
                                                                                                                                                    Ewald	Art	and	Frame	Gallery                  Mill	Mountain	Coffee	and	Tea                 The	Uttermost	Company
extra money for the sponsorship, including Aaron J. Conner General Contractor, Physicians to Children, The Greenhouse, and Nancy Holland.
                                                                                                                                                    Famous	Anthony’s                             Mill	Mountain	Theatre                        Vijay	Singh
                                                                                                                                                    419	West                                     Mill	Mountain	Zoo                            Virginia	Dare	Cruises
Thank you to John Cloeter and Terry Murphy for the combined hard work in organizing the tournament and carrying out the                             Frank	Nabilo                                 Missy	Campbell                               Wal-Mart	Supercenter	Store	#2337
essential activities and tending to each detail to make sure everything was in place and for awarding the prizes throughout the day.                Franklin Muffler and Pipe Service, Inc.      Natural	Bridge                               Walter’s	Greenhouse

Other folks that helped by volunteering the day of the tournament included Julie Murphy and Kathy Murphy, who staffed the registration table
along with Kathy Cole who greeted the golfers at the registration table. We really appreciate their help because they know a lot of the golfers                           Thank you to our Tee and Green Sponsors!
and everyone appreciates being welcomed by a friend. Thank you also to Kathy Cole for coordinating the advance registrations, to Joanie Bryant
for organizing the raffle and Dee Bryant and Renee Ratliff for assisting her, and to Sarah Clarke and Tina Hatcher for their help in obtaining      711	Oh	Thank	Heaven
tee and green sponsors. Steve Mullen and Seth Mullen helped with setting up in the early morning, and Adam Sarbin made sure everyone on             A.	G.	Edwards	&	Sons,	Inc.-	Ginny	Jarrett
the course was well hydrated. Other people that helped throughout the day by selling raffle tickets or witnessing the hole-in-one car were Leigh    Allstate	Insurance	Company
Ann Bowen, Missy Campbell, Edna Cloeter, Loreda Cunningham, Erica Farley, Melissa Hamblett, Rosa Lee Hannabass, Jeanine McPhearson,                 Allstate	Insurance	Company	Helping	Hands	Committee
                                                                                                                                                    Budget	Blinds
Bryan Thompson, Kim Thompson and Michele Wirt. Michelle Hughes was a huge help with pre-tournament raffle sales again this year.
                                                                                                                                                    Century	21	All-Service
                                                                                                                                                    Mary	and	John	Clarke,	in	honor	of	granddaughter	Emily
                                                                                                                                                    Sarah	and	Colston	Clarke
                                                                                                                                                    Edna	and	Herb	Cloeter,	in	honor	of	the	John	Cloeter	Family
                                                                                                                                                    Aaron	J.	Conner	General	Contractor,	Inc.
Winners of Mac and Bob’s 14th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament                                                                                        Creative	Cost	Control	Corp.	(Servpro)
Congratulations!                                                                                                                                    Lorraine	and	Edward	DeCourcey,	Clare	Macdonald’s	Nana	and	Papa
                                                                                                                                                    Didlake,	Inc.	–	Community	Inclusion	Program
Morning Tournament                                                                                                                                  Ann	and	Will	Duke,	Emma	Campbell’s	PawPaw	and	Grandma	Duke
                                                                                                                                                    Nina	Edwards,	in	honor	of		her	grandson,	Michael	Tuggle
Place    Score     Team                                                                                                                             FNB	Corporation
1st      62        Brian Arthur, Grant Kittleson, Larry Saul, Jeff Walrond                                                                          The	Greenhouse
2nd      63*       Bert Maness, Will Crawford, James Patsell, Russ Shelton                                                                          Nancy	Holland,	in	honor	of	Ben	Ratliff
3rd      63*       Cameron Poff, Andrew Hat, Mike Arthur, Steve Binky                                                                               Independent	Insurance	Services,	Steve	Hornick
                                                                                                                                                    Lifewise	Fitness,	Innovation	in	Health	and	Fitness
AfternoonTournament                                                                                                                                 Pat	and	Neil	Macdonald	in	honor	of	daughter	Clare
Place   Score Team                                                                                                                                  Majestic	Finishing	from	Shields	Jarrett	or	Greg	McCorkindale
                                                                                                                                                    Physicians	to	Children,	Inc.	
1st     58     Wendel Brown, David Kesel, Bev Chocklett, Robbie Craft
                                                                                                      Afternoon Tournament Winners                  Premier	Advisors	Ltd.,	John	G.	Gurley
2nd     60*    Tim Migliarese, Mike O’Keefe, Jim Brubaker, Gary Hall
                                                                                                                                                    Salem	Tools,	Inc.
3rd     60*    Dell Armour, Dick Tate, Mike Gardner, Gee Sprinkle
                                                                                                                                                    U.	S.	Foodservice-	Roanoke	Division
                                                                                                                                                    Virginia	Industrial	Cleaners	&	Equipment	Company,	Greg	Migliarese	in	memory	of	Ralph	Migliarese
*determined by matching cards                                                                                                                       xpedx,	in	honor	of	Emily	Clarke	from	her	friends	at	xpedx

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