Touchstone Energy Open
The 13th Annual Beltrami Electric Touchstone Energy® Open was held Friday, August 18 at Castle Highlands Golf Course, and raised $9,800 for the United Way of the Bemidji Area. To date, the annual tournament is the United Way’s largest single fundraising event.
“For the 13th straight year, we are thankful for the tremendous support of local and regional businesses,” said Cammie Vogel, Beltrami Electric’s campaign coordinator. “With their help, Beltrami Electric has held this tournament for 13 straight years and raised, cumulatively, over $109,000 to support area needs through the United Way and its partner agencies.”
Beltrami Electric Cooperative thanks the businesses, the 114 golfers and the tournament volunteers on behalf of the United Way of Bemidji.
Congratulations to the winning teams!
1st Place: Paul Bunyan Communications, 2nd Place: Bemidji Collision Center, 3rd place: Coca-Cola Bottling of Bemidji
Left: The team from PBTV captured first place with a score of 51.40 in the 5-person team scramble tournament. Pictured from left: Bob Lindberg, Doug Garrigan, Dane Jones, Brian Bissonette and Don Dale
Center: Taking second place with a score of 52.05 was the team from Bemidji Collision Center. From Left: Lee Pemberton, Dave Evenson, Rob Pemberton, Jr., Gary Cartwright and Rob Pemberton, Sr.
Right: Third place went to from Coca-Cola Bottling of Bemidji, with a score of 54.30. From Left: Jack Reed, Cody Stevens, Brandon Earl, Jerry Stevens and Matt Stevens.
All proceeds from tournament go to the United Way of Bemidji Area.