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Sober Corps’ Inaugural “12 Holes for 12 Steps” a Great Success

On Thursday, September 22, Sober Corps held the first ever 12-hole golf tournament. The event, deemed “12 Holes for 12 Steps,” succeeded in raising both funds and awareness for Sober Corps’ program. The event raised over $6,000.  The money goes directly to Sober Corps’ mission of providing mentorship and life skills training to men and women in their first year of recovery. The tournament began at 2:00 p.m. with a shotgun start. By 5:30 p.m. the golfers assembled in the clubhouse for a dinner and program. The program included special guest speaker, Julio Becquer, one of the original Minnesota Twins. The winning team was also announced: Avantstar!

The tournament would not have been possible without the generosity of our sponsors.

Dinner Sponsor: Ames Construction

Beverage Cart Sponsor: Ziegler CAT

Golf Cart Sponsor: MyPillow

Creative Sponsor: Neuger Communications Group

Hole Sponsors: Plehal Blacktopping, Gethsemane Episcopal Church of Minneapolis, St. Stephens Episcopal Church of Edina, Anderson Custom Homes, Steve & Nancy Krenz, Mark & Brooks Mahoney, Association of General Contractors of Minnesota, NuWay House, Bituminous Roadways and Ames Construction

Board Members Rick Jacobsen, Fred Myers and SteveKrenz with several golfers at registration

Board Member, Steve Krenz, announcing the rules of the 12-hole tournament

Golfers on the course

 

The team from Ziegler CAT.

 

Fred Myers discussing Sober Corps’ mission and the meaning of the “12” caps

 

Special guest speaker, Julio Becquer, an original Minnesota Twin