Thanks to those of you who came to play at our quarterly meeting and luncheon. Tina Hoffenberg and her crew once again did a tremendous job. How lucky we are to have gals who are willing to work so hard to make these occasions special and fun for everyone. Janie Farnsworth conducted the meeting focusing on the next Princess Tournament.
Jamey Siefert showed how even the highest handicap could win. Carolyn Thomas summarized how the tournament is played.
Kathy Srokosz, Director of the Diabetes Chronic Care Management Program at Presbyterian Hospital, spoke about the Presbyterian Diabetes Education Foundation, which was our charity choice last year and this year. Some of the ways those funds were used is to help individuals who are non-funded or under-funded with test strips, glucometers, medications, dietary help, connecting to community resources, transportation to medical appointments and help getting forms filled out and necessary documents. Kathy said their clinic is nurse driven and they work to help the needs of each individual. She expressed gratitude for being selected as our tournament charity. Next month’s Pioneer Press will have complete coverage of the tournament.
You can join this group of women golfers by downloading a membership application from the website www.robsonranchhoa.org (go to “clubs” and then to “Wildhorse Lady Niners”) or call Membership Chairperson Donna Slater at 940-262-3325.