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CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, August 24, 2017 Pager Champ Tom Senter ditional LBCC salute, the That may have been volunteering members who ~ porch bell was rung andbefore a new board of had faith in the direction Tom Senter was crowned directors was voted in dur- this board stood for. Submitted by Chuck As it happens so many Greever times in professional and the 2017 and 58th men'sing the November 2016 Those members are~ Tom Senter of Lebanon amateur tournaments a club champion, stockholders meeting, president Johnny Hess,j achieved one of his golfing seven-stroke lead is an An equally suspenseful Since then, LBCC's golf- VP's Don Chafin and: goals on August 6, when he ominous number. The lead- senior championship also ing layout has improved a Vince Hess, Mark~ survived "Scott Campbell's er tends to play conserva- took place with Ed Musick thousand percent and its Hartsock, RickPresley, "Newport Charge" to cap- tive while the challenge, of Crossroads staging afmancial woescorrectedby Gary O'Quinn, Tom ture the men's club cham- most often than not, shoots four-stroke comeback (80- secretary/treasurer Linda Senter, K.L. Compton and 84:81) to defeat formerHubbard of J&L Rick Helbert. " es i pionshiPl~. "'~ -'--'-e" lit Lake the best round of the day. your land Call for Bonaventure Country Club Much to Senter's dis-senior champ Johnny Hess Accounting Servicein The Golf Shop is in a one-hole playoff, may, that's exactly what of Honaker (83-77-86) and Lebanon. stocked with golfing mer- Although Senter, at age happened as Campbell of two-timesenior champ Much to the chagrin of chandise and food and 67, qualified for senior Newport, TN shot, a blister- David Varney of the members who droppeddrink at most affordable play, he elected to play the ing 73 to Senter s 80 and Castlewood (85-75-89). out in November 2016 and prices. The only thing not longer tees where the actually led by one stroke Ronnie (Who's those eager doubters, sold is Little Debbie cakes. crown he so coveted had after a birdie, on the next to Snoopy?) Combs, likewise, LBCC has twice the new Membership is been dominated by last hole. came from three strokesmembers who have wit- $1,200/year which includes LBCC's "young guns" the * Not to be flustered, down to win the senior first nessed the almost fishing and all social previous ten years. Tom Senter Senter relied on his superi- flight over Larry Austin. overnight (10 short events. Weekday green fees In the three-day armual 81 and all golfers played or short iron play and Combs carded a final months) change in a once- are $20 and weekends are medal-play event, Sentersummer rules, steady putting to card two round 78 to Austin's 85. embarrassing course to one $25. There's also a separate shared medalist honors After two rounds, pars over the final a~d first **A Golf'mg Footnote:unparalled since its heyday fishing membership. . with Anthony Austin of St. Senter (77 and 79)led playoff holes while Most area golfers, not of the 1980's. Come check LBCC out. Paul as each carded 77'sCampbell (81 and 82) byCampbell had two pressur- members of LBCC, think Those course improve- You'llbe pleasantly sur~ over the par-72 layout, seven strokes going into ized bogeys, the course is poorly main- ments and new innovations prised and you can get Tom Campbell qualified with an Sunday s final 18 holes. At the end and in a tra- tained and in financial dis- can be attributed to its Senter's autograph!! array, board of directors and .its Proposed fee increases at Forest Service sit The George Washington and Jefferson National Forests are interested in hearing your change at High Knob was in 1998 and Bark Camp had a fee change in 2003. If these fee comments on proposed fee increases at High Knob Day Use Area and Bark Camp proposals are approved, the increase would go into effect as early as spring 2018. Campground. Revenues from increased fees would help ensure these sites receive need- "We recognize how important these sites are to our local communities and those who ed improvements and are maintained for years to come. use the sites. These fee increases will help us maintain the sites to the level and quality The Forest Service proposes to increase the following fees: people have come to expect," said George Washington and Jefferson National Forestg Supervisor Joby Timm. t Ar~aN~m~ ............................................ j C~ffe[!t F~ ............................................................ i P~?~ed~e ............................................................... i This proposal will be presented before a citizen's advisory committee, called the I Bark Camp Family i 512 single site i $20 single site i Southern Region Recreation Resource Advisory Committee (RAC), which helps ensure ~.Campground i $24 double site ,.i $40 double site i the Forest Service addresses public issues and concerns about recreation fees. The pub- .......................................................... TggHookup .............................................................. "'~S~H-~kup ............................................... -i lic is welcome to attend and comment at all advisory committee meetings. i Hi' gh Knob Day Use Area i $3 per Vehicte i $5 per vehicle up to eight j I i passenger capacity.$1per person i A decision has not been made on this proposal. We want your input! For more infor: ! i i for buses and vans or on i mation visit the Forest Service website at http://www.fs.fed.us/r8/gwj. Use the "contact i i :i foot/bike, j US" feature to submit a comment. Or, share your comments by writing: George Washington & Jefferson National Forests, Clinch Ranger District, Attn: Recreation Fee Of the recreation fees collected, 80-95 percent remain on the forest to operate, main- Program, 1700 Park Avenue SW, Norton, VA 24273; or email comments-southem- tain and improve the facilities and programs at the recreation sites. The proposed fee georgewashington-jefferson-clinch@fs.fed.us; or call (276) 679-8370. 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