To the editor:
The Lakes Linebacker Club would like to thank all the people who made their 10th annual golf tournament and benefit dinner a huge success.
The Linebackers would like to thank the Calumet Golf Course for allowing us to host the tournament as well as Brian Baccus and Peninsula Powder Coating of Baraga for sponsoring the tournament. A big thank you to Dreamland for hosting the dinner, all of the golfers who participated and to Shelly Rule for organizing this event.
We would also like to thank all the people who helped prepare or serve the dinner and/or donated toward the dinner: Rob Holzberger, Rick Sarazin, Rich Leblanc, Ron Beaudette, Alan Codere, John Hodges, John Loukus, Daryl St. John, George Pini, Kippy Lacasse, Ray Kalcich, Dave Moyle, Joe Lajimodiere, Tom and Shelly Hietala, Sandy Schultz, Ron Asselin, Brandon Stevens, Cindy Bleise, Roger Lacasse and Tom Holzberger.
A big thank you to the people who donated food dishes and prizes for the dinner: Roger Lacasse, Dreamland, Upper Peninsula Power Co., Bob and Mary Myers, Lori and Lou Ambuehl, Brian and Christy Baccus, Tony and Joanie Dupuis, Beth Crouch, Kin and Scott Codere, Cheryl and Tom Monette, Shelly and Tom Hietala, Mark and Lori Bresky, Kari and Tom Holzberger, John Gervais, George and Carol Pini, Jenny and Paul Roose, Sherry and Toby Kunnari, Sara and Mark Dudenas, Jean and Shane Middleton, Paula and Al Provost, Larry Curtin and Judy Nuottila, Larry Corrigan and Jodi Wilder, Linda Gregorie, Tina and Todd Sarazin, Amee and Drew Crouch, Lynn and Ken Klein, Julie and Dean Seppala, Wilder Enterprises, American Legion Post 90, Torch Lake Service, Loading Zone II, Leblanc Sales, American Legion Post 291, Demars Market, Finlandia University Athletics, Kari's Klip & Kurl and Pik Quik Market.
The Lake Linden-Hubbell football program is very appreciative of everyone who helped make this event a huge success; it is so wonderful to see so much support for the football program at Lake Linden-Hubbell.
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We look forward to doing it all again next summer.
Lakes Linebacker Club