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- focuse part g &apos;  ) 4 t..e . , - e S . . # . )4e m . _ , a',"   ,e.. .e .lee , Catalina men's golf tourney s on nerin First Place Winners - Flight "1" Guest Rick Kahn and Member Steve Jordan. Courtesy photos The Catalina Men's Golf Club aged to play with a partner who held its annual Member/Guest/ " is not a Men's Golf Club member. Ringer/Member Golf Tournament This year, there were nine guests: on Saturday, Nov. 17. Mike Campbell, Ramiro Castro, In this Partner's Best Ball Net Jose Chidos, Gerry Diiorio,-Elias Format, the members are encour- Garcia, Mike Hahn, Rick Kahn, Second Place Winners - Flight "2" Members Marty Saldana and Miguel Tejeda. teams of member Chris Arnold Ricardo Leyva and Rudy Perez. Taking first place honors in Flight "1" with a score of 55 (-9) was member Steve Jordan and his guest from the mainland, Rick Kahn. In Flight "2," members Marty Saldana and Miguel Tejeda . won first place shooting a 56 (-8). Second place in Flight 'T' with a score of 56 (-8) went to members Jose Guzman and Rigo Pedroza, and in Flight "2" there was a tie at 59 (-5) between member Salva- dor Marron and his guest Ricardo Leyva and member Marc Leh and his guest Mike Campbell. Finishing in a three-way tie for third place in Flight 'T' were the and his Guest Ramro Castro, members Ed Arnold and his guest Rudy Perez and members Andres and Roberto Tejeda; all three teams shot 58 (-6). On Sunday, Dec. 9, the Cata- lina Men's Golf Club will host its end of the year Golf Tournament, the "Monster." The format is a Four-Man Team Scramble event and it will be an 8 a.m. shotgun start. There will be a buffet, raffle and awards (for both tournament and points) will be begin at 2 p.m. sharp, at the "M" Restaurant. Ad- ditional details can be found on the Men's Golf Club website: www. catalinamensgolfclub.com. Roadwork complete for now Winter. Special Botox $:Llt/unit (Re<j, $13/unit) receive a microdermabrasion for free with your Botox treatment (a sxoo value!) Call today for details ' 3xo.5o.88- New Screens * Rescreening * Free Estimates P.O. Box 2257 Avalon, California 9O7O4 310-510-1904 Days 310-339-5252 Evenings Kad@CatalinalslandScreens.com www. CatalinaIslandS4u'eens.com 1954 BY CHARLES M. KELLY The Avalon roadwork project is nearly complete, according to City Manager Steve Hoefs. The contrac- tor will return for four days in April to do the final touches on the job. "Basically, we completed the project," Hoefs said. "Ninty-five percent of the work is done," he said. The contractor, American As- phalt, decided to wait until April because of the cold weather. 'As of right now, the new as- phalt overlay work has been com- pleted. Unfortunately however, the Slurry Seal installations could not be completed as was originally planned due to the cold weather," said a statement from the city of Avalon. Hoers said the weather needs to be warm for slurry seal to work. According to a Spring 2005 is- sue of Asphalt magazine, paving season is usually from April to November. The magazine said five percent of the paving jobs done in the north-central part of the United States are completed during the off-season. Hoefs said American Asphalt would be able to do better job in April of next year. "There were just a few spots that remain to be done," Hoefs said. Those spots included places pe- destrian footprints and tire tracks had been left on repaved streets be- cause some individuals had decid- ed to use the repaved streets before the slurry seal had dried. The city is still looking into le- gal action to address that part of the problem. The cost oJY repaving the roads because of premature use is not yet known, though Hoefs told the Islander last week that it shouldn't be too much more. The latest, weather-related, de- lay won't cost Avalon anything. "This is On their dime," Hoefs said, referring to American As- phalt. He said the contract covers the company having to return to finish the job. Hoefs was already pleased with the work to date. "They're a really good compa- ny," Hoefs said. "They did a really good job." 81 Friday, November 23, 2012 THE CATALINA ISLANDER