Golf tournament benefits victims

Published 10:55 am Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Pinecrest Timber team members Glenn Rawlings, from left, John Rawls, Michael Everett and Eddie O'Berry won the first flight of the Child Abuse Prevention Golf Tournament on Friday at Nansemond River Golf Course. SUBMITTED

SUFFOLK—The Child Abuse Prevention Golf Tournament was held Friday at Nansemond River Golf Course.

Coordinated by Joyner Gray Yale Ruritan Club, the event raised money and brought awareness to child abuse and neglect.

Pinecrest Timber Co. led the sponsor list with the top donation.

Other sponsors included Jim Jervey with Farm Bureau, Swann’s Grill, Tidewater Dirt Riders, Three Creek Sportsmen, Prince George Electric, Suffolk dentist Kenneth Hardy, Pino’s Restaurant, Palm Tree Inn, Ivor Furniture, Care Advantage, Courtland Storage, Busy Little People Day Care, Amark Auction, Michelle Buchanan with William E. Wood Associates, Owl Embroidery, Bronco Federal Credit Union, Stoneville Cotton, S.V. Camp, Chick-Fil-a, Grayson and Emma’s Garden Spot, Bobby’s Muffler, Mama Cotton’s Kitchen, Fred’s restaurant, Alphabet Soup, Franklin-Southampton Area Chamber of Commerce, Ace Hardware, Dails Home Center, Subway, Peanut Patch, Newsoms Peanut Shop, Edwards Hardware, Southern Sisters, Dairy Queen, A.M. Felts Packing and Paul D. Camp Community College.