Tri-Co Golf Tourney scores a win for Labor-friendly candidates

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SPRINKLER FITTERS LOCAL 268 golfing for Labor friendly candidates were (from left) Ken Brooks, Andy Caldwell and Nick Spiess. – Labor Tribune photo
BRICKLAYERS LOCAL 1 officers enjoying a day together on the greens were (from left) Apprenticeship Coordinator and Field Representative Dale Jennewein, Tile Setters Local 18 President And Field Representative Mike Weber, Local 1 President and Field Representative Mike Fox, Local 1 Recording Secretary and Field Representative Mark Savage, Local 1 Vice President and Field Representative Johnny Walker and ADC Of Eastern Missouri Secretary-Treasurer John Hopkin. – Labor Tribune photo

Warrenton, MO – This year’s annual Greg Booth/Jack Van Horn golf tournament, hosted by the Tri-County Labor Club at the Country Lakes Golf Course, was a great success, despite being held in the midst of a COVID-19 pandemic.

Some 200 golfers hit the greens to help raise funds for Labor-friendly candidates and ballot issues that support Organized Labor.

TOURNAMENT WINNERS
This year’s tournament winners were: 

  • A Flight – Steve Thieme Team
  • B Flight – Sprinkler Fitters Local 268 Team 4
  • C Flight – McLaughlin Law Firm Team
  • Longest Drive – Cory Hogan Firefighters Local 2665
  • Closest to the Pin – Tim Green IBEW Local 1

SKINS WINNERS

  • Gasworkers Team – Eagle on 4
  • Sprinkler Fitters Local 268 Team 1 – Eagle on 5
  • B. Kelley Team – Eagle on 7
  • McLaughlin Law Firm Team – Eagle on 11
  • Bailey Team – Eagle on 18

 

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