On July 12, 2017

Scholarship golf tourney was a success

Dear Editor,

The Ted Bridges Scholarship Hospitality Golf Tournament was held in June under sunny skies.

Chris Karr, owner of The Foundry on the Killington Access Road, and his crew once again organized the event. Bobby Peterson was his usual jovial self in bringing it together. The day was capped off with a delicious buffet dinner held at The Foundry.

The Committee would like to take this opportunity to thank sponsors, including all whole sponsors. Without their support this fundraiser would not be possible.

A special thanks goes out to Charlie Demerest, owner of The Water Wheel on Route 4 for his continued help and hard work to make this charity the success it has been for so many years. I know the many scholarship recipients feel the same.

Sally Bridges,Killington

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