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Elena Maria wins Women's Golf Championship Club Champion Low Gross Elena Maria and Carol Deets Low Net• Nine Hole champion Pat Hoefs low gross, Marry Ashleigh, First Low Net and Val Schafer, Second Low Net CATAUNA COUPLES: Chuck and Leanne Seeger moved to the Island in 201-1 and will be celebrating their 22nd wedding anniversary on Sunday, May 27. Pease send us yotJr favorite photo of yourself or the of another local Catalina couple to be included in the Catalina Islander. They can be young or old. In special places, special occasions or just at home. BY MARTY ASHLEIGH The Catalina Island Women's Golf Club held it Annual Cham- pionship Golf Tournament last Thursday at Catalina Island Golf Course. The tournament fielded two divisions: an 18-hole flight and a nine-hole flight. Elena Maria, win- ner of the Overall First Place Low Gross Honors for the 18-holedivi- sion was named 2012 Club Cham- pion. Carol Deets won First Place Low Net Honors in the 18-hole division. In the nine-hole division, Pat Hoefs won First Place Honors, Marty Ashleigh won Second Place, and Val Schafer was Third Place winner. Longest drive honors were Elena Maria for the 18-hole divi- sion and Lynne Woolley for the nine-hole group. Elena Mafia won a special award for makingtwo sandy pars. After the tournament, the golfers went to Steve's Steak House for lunch and awards. Women golfers who are Island residents or regular visitors are invited to join the Catalina Island Women's Golf Club. Play Days are scheduled for each Thursday morning. Call the Golf course (310) 510-0530 for" more information about regularly scheduled activities for local wom- en golfers. On July 15, the Women's Golf Club will once again sponsor a major fundraising scramble tour- nament to support women's health• This year all proceeds will be giv- en to our Catalina Island Medical Center Foundation. All men and women golfers are encouraged to • participate in this fun scramble event. The golfer who makes a hole in one on a pre-designated hole dur- ing the tournament will win a new golf cart. Email your :high resolution photo to ed@cinews.us. " Rotary hold its Great Golf Ball Drop STAFF REPORT Tickets for numbered golf balls ball Closest to the hole, will win this might be the best way to ac- Founded in 1913 by Ernest Windle IExecutlve Publisher Vince Bodiford vince@cinews.us Editor Dennis Kaiser ed@cinews.us Advertising Pat Jamieson advertising@cinews.us Office Ier Jennifer Leonhardi manager@cinews.us Accounting Judy Murray judy@localnewspapers.org 101 MARlU.A #6 AVAI.ONv CA 9O7O4 1 (to) szo-osoo FAX: (310) 810-2882 Postmaster: Send address changes to The Catalina Islander P.O. Box 428, Avalon, CA 90704 u Calendar: Noon Monday I News: 5 p.m. Monday  Display Advertising: 2 p.m. Toes(lay  Classified Advertising: Noon Tuesday ( Lega4/Putdlc Notices: 5 p.m. Monday Ird[llLfdlllP1101M8 Send to managerB©lnews.us One Year Subscription: Catalina ............................................. $39 Mainland ............................................ $48 Subscriptions via First Class Mall are aVailable for $80/year A Publication of CamunltyMedia Owlrstloa. The Rotary Club of Avalon is holding a Great Golf Ball Drop fundraiser during the Flying Fish Festival on Saturday, June 2. The ball drop will take place on South Beach at approximately 4 p.m. will be sold to participants. The golf balls will be dropped from a high crane lift onto the beach golf green on Saturday, June 2 during the Flying Fish Festival• The first ball to the hole, or the $500." The second ball to the hole, or the ball second closest to the hole wins $300, and the third bail to the hole, or third closest, wins $150. If you are looking for a hole in one, ..... e e al;ino aT, s ..... Shop Souvenirs of a Lifetime Come celebrate Memorial Day Free Souvenir & Raflle!!l CA7ALINA ISLANDER (USPS 093-140) Acceptance under 39C, F.R. 3464 periodicals postage paid at Avalon, CA 90704 and other additional offices. Adjndication Decree No. 377598. Date of Adjudication: Oct, 4.1934 Exact Name of Newspaper as shown in the Petition for Adjudication: The Catalina Islander, Published weekly at 101 Marllla Avenue, #6 Avalon, CA 90704, The entlre contents of The Catalina Islander are copyrighted by The Catalina islander. No part may he reproduced in any fashion without written consent of the publisher. This publication is ptintod almost entirely pa recycled paper. Contents Copyright 0 2012 and Title Registered, Catalina Islander, Inc., All Rights Reserved,  PROUD MEMBER OF THE CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOC)ATION complish it. Numbered golf balls are avail- able for purchase from any Rotary Club of Avalon member. • Rotary Club members will be selling them in the Post Office Ar- cade and at a booth on Crescent Ave. during the Flying Fish Festi- val event. The cost for one ball is $5. Six balls are $25. Fifteen balls are $50.. Participants need not be present to win. The Rotary Club of Avalon is a non-profit organization that assists those in need in our com- munity and throughout the world. Proceeds from the Great Golf Ball Drop benefit local island chai'ities and help raise funds for scholar- ships and other programs for our Island's youth. Avalon Rotary is just one. of over 32,000 Rotary Clubs around the world in over 200 countries. Avalon Rotary meets weekly on Wednesdays at 12:15 p.m. at the M Restaurant, catering by Zest. Send us your news and photos! ed@cinews.us 2 Friday,M/25, 2012 THE CATAUNA ISLANDER