Tag: Lady Putters

Putters help local food bank

Left to right: Mary Jane Goodrick, Executive Director of Community Food Bank – Amado and Green Valley, is all smiles as Peggy McGee, Putters Food Bank Liaison, presents her a check for $150. The donation represents the proceeds from the 50-50 raffle held in conjunction with Moonlight Madness and gives the Food Bank $1275 in…

Lady Putters prepare for Christmas in July

Peggy McGee With so many winter residents gone for the summer and full time residents traveling to get a break from the heat, the Green Valley/Sahuarita Food Bank is experiencing bare shelves. It’s the Lady Putters to the rescue. Giving up their fun-loving spirit for a few moments to concentrate on helping the less fortunate,…

Putters celebrate victories

Left to right: Putters President Cathy Thiele congratulates JoAnn Nash, Monica Karpowicz, Lynda Pilcher, Shirley Johnson and Lois Williams who each achieved scores of 36 and lower for the first time in their Putters careers; photo by Neila Kozel

The May 4 brunch was the date the Lady Putters gathered to celebrate the victories of the previous six weeks. After putting 18 holes that started at 8:30 a.m. as they began the summer season hours, a business meeting was held to bring the members up to date on the upcoming events. Then they got…

Lady Putters pay tribute to Veterans

Peggy McGee In tribute to veterans who died in combat as well as those who died of natural causes after serving our country, the Lady Putters came to putting dressed in patriotic garb for their putting event closest to Memorial Day. Almost all the ladies had on some form of red, white and blue with…

Lady Putters now on summer schedule

Left to right: The set-up team Kathy Hamilton, Kathy Linn and Terry Ramsbottom gather the supplies needed to set up the course to make it challenging and safe; photo by Sylvia Butler.

Peggy McGee With the arrival of warmer weather, the Lady Putters have changed to their summer schedule to ensure they finish before it gets too hot. Check in for putting begins at 8:00 a.m. on the Madera Clubhouse patio with putting starting promptly at 8:30 a.m. Those interested in joining the group or learning more…

Green on the putting green

With a big green shamrock on her shirt, Ginny McGinnis gives out the hole assignment numbers to the Lady Putters; photo by Sylvia Butler.

Peggy McGee Keeping up their tradition of dressing to fit the occasion, the Lady Putters donned their green in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. Many wore green attire but some embellished their look by wearing shamrocks or pots of gold. Week after week and only on Wednesdays, the Lady Putters meet to hone their putting…

Lady Putters celebrate holiday

Left to right: Dorene Sims, Lou Moultrie and Mary Anderson are congratulated by Putters President Dee Waggoner (far right) for getting a hole-in-one on the Money Hole; photo by Sylvia Butler

With festive table settings befitting the season, 66 Lady Putters enjoyed a holiday luncheon to end the putting year. The election was held and Dee Waggoner thanked all the Putters for their support during her 26 months as president and shed a couple tears as she was presented a Circle of Hope silver pearl and…

Lady Putters made holiday dinners extra special

Lady Putters stand behind one of the totes that were filled with groceries destined for the Food Bank; photo by Sylvia Butler.

Peggy McGee Dressed in holiday attire, the Lady Putters arrived for their weekly putting with bags full of groceries to help the Green Valley/Sahuarita Food Bank clients prepare special dinners as they celebrated Christmas. In addition to grocery staples like cereal and peanut butter, the 220 pounds of food included cans of cranberry sauce, yams,…

Putting with the Pro

Golf Pro Joel Jaress raised his putter in victory when he got a hole-in-one on his 18th try; photo by Sylvia Butler

Peggy McGee The Lady Putters invited Golf Pro Joel Jaress to give them some putting tips to improve their scores. Joel putted first on the Money Hole with each of the 18 teams. The Money Hole is determined by those who set up the course believing it is the most difficult. It took Dorene Sims…

Lady Putters set some new records

Left to right: Dee Waggoner, Judy Hayes and Nancy Jacobs were ready to celebrate Halloween after the Lady Putters luncheon on October 28. Photo by Sylvia Butler

Peggy McGee The Lady Putters may have been dressed for fun when they showed up in Halloween attire for their October luncheon, but some of the scores showed they meant business. For the six-week period preceding the luncheon, Yoshi Hennessey had both the lowest gross score with a 35 and 18 holes-in-one. Yoshi also achieved…