NEWS Walnut Valley Unified School District
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 880 S. Lemon Avenue
June 26, 2012 Walnut, CA 91789
Kelli Gile, Office of Community Resources
(909) 595-1261 ext. 31204
Golfers Tee Up 4 Education
WALNUT, CA—Golfers who support education took to the links during the 15th Annual Walnut Valley Educational Foundation Benefit Golf Tournament on June 26.
Proceeds from the event will support Athletic Programs in the Walnut Valley Unified School District, said Chairman Bryan Cole.
The 4-person, best ball scramble format tourney was once again held at at the beautiful Pacific Palms Resort, Industry Hills Golf Club.
A banquet awards dinner and awards ceremony with recognition of outstanding teams and individual golfers followed the tournament.
A special thanks to the following event sponsors: A & N Welding, Armijo Newspapers & Publications, B.B. & T. Insurance Services, Barber & Bauermeister Law Offices, Bayer HVAC, Inc., Dave Beltran, Blue Shield of California, Caston, Inc., Chaffey Federal Credit Union, Circle City Electric, Climatec Building Technologies, Commercial Roofing Systems, Inc., DC Architects, Personnel Commissioner Ron Everett, Michael & Elizabeth Fan, Harrington Geotechnical Engineering, Henry Woo Architects, Inc., Intelli-Tech, Jim Larson Inspections, Ingrid Johnson, JT Engineering, KNA Consulting Engineering, Inc., La Habra Fence Company, Inc., Law Offices of Bob & Gayle Pacheco, Maintex, Inc., Richard Malooly, James Melton, Modus Systems, Inc., Morse Communication, P-Line Consulting & Inspection, Patriot Environmental Laboratory, Quality Teleservices, Inc., Roule Construction, Saint Denis Catholic Community, Schools First Federal Credit Union, Smith Investment Consulting Group, Walnut Valley Unified School District Employees, Benjamin Yip, and York Insurance Services Group.
Retired Diamond Bar High Principal Denis Paul with Technology Services Department staff members Lam Bui, Nelson Hou , and Brian Culross.
Chaparral Teacher Jim Chung, Suzanne Teacher Steve Cusson, retired Suzanne Teacher Jim Green, and son Steve Green.
Golfers head out to the course at the 15th Annual WVEF Benefit Golf Tournament.