, Kingston, NH


July 25, 2012

RHS Alumni Raise $7k+

— RAYMOND — The 10th annual Raymond High School (RHS) Alumni Association golf outing was held June 26 at Candia Woods.  

The winning team with a low gross of 64 was awarded to Bud Dodge, David Fahey, Scott Ross, andDon Moulton. There was a three-way tie for low net at 61.  First low net was the team of Dan Stewart, Brent Norris, Matt Larochelle, and Jason Larochelle. Second low net was the team of Jay Long, Dan LeGallo, Gary Knowlton, and Glenn Gosselin. Third low was the team of John Porter, Dave Hall, Mike McIntosh, and John Machell. Fourth low net, with a 62, was awarded to Dan Dingman, Ken Brosnahan, Chris Derzanski, and Nadine McDonald.    

Special prizes were also awarded: Longest Drive, Hole #10 for Senior Men to Dave Taylor; Longest Drive for Men under 60 to Gary Knowlton; and Longest Drive for Ladies to Karen Scanlon. Nearest to Pin on hole #5 was Ed Daniels.  There were two winners for straightest drive on Hole #3: Dave Taylor and Llyn Dube. Tying for first place in the putting contest were Scott Ross and Mike McIntosh.

The event’s Gold Donors were Walmart Distribution Center and I. C. Reed & Sons of Raymond. Silver Donor sponsor was JCR Construction of Raymond. Argo Cycles & Autos of Raymond was the event’s Bronze Donor again this year.

Hole sponsors included:  Access Sports Medicine & Orthopedics, Captain Chris Entertainment, Citizens Bank, D. F. Richard Energy, Excel Physical Therapy, Fred Fuller Oil, G & P Pizzeria, Granite State Credit Union, Hampshire Family Dental, IBEW Local #104, Kountry Hair Design, Lamprey Dental Associates, Littlewoods, McDonald’s, Nelson Sherman Trucking & Excavation, People’s United Bank,  Pines Seafood House, Poole’s Oil Burner Service, Prince Limousine, Radio Grove Hardware, Raymond Animal Hospital, Raymond Chiropractic Clinic, Raymond Foreign Auto, Severino Trucking, Sons of the American Legion Hurd-Welch Squadron #90, Dr. Michael Stevener, Strikers East, Tucker Masonic Lodge #99, Maple-Wheadon VFW Post #4479, Village Kindergarten, W. J. Stewart Insurance Agency.

Donations or gift certificates were received from area businesses and friends including Ben Franklin Store, Bradford Copy Center, Candia Woods, Cornerstone Physical Therapy, Coca-Cola Company, Fremont Pizzeria, Gordo’s, Hannaford, Healthy Living Family Practice, PA, Jane Button Photography, Lindt Chocolates, Market Basket, Pasquale’s Ristorante, Pizza by George, Rite Aid, Salon 27, Scenic Nursery, Scissors Edge, Sons of American Legion Squadron #90, Supreme House of Pizza, Sweatshirts, etc., T-Bones/Cactus Jack’s, and Ultimate Bouquet. Morning coffee and doughnuts were served during team registration for the tenth consecutive year compliments of Dunkin Donuts of Raymond.

Class sponsorships were received from:  Class of 1957, 1966 and 1968; Girls in Class of 1970. Sponsorships were received from the following families:  Bailey, Houle, Mandile, Ornell, and Waterhouse.   Memorial sponsorships were received for Deceased Members in Classes of 1950 and 51, 1965, 1970. Also for Quintal Family,  Robert Rollins ’50, Bruce Clark ’64, Scott Griffin ’82,  John F. Waterhouse, Bob and Vivian Cammett, Donna Hammond Wason, the Cote Twins, Romie and Bessie Levesque, Leo Plante, Martha and Austin Ingalls, Irene and Don Smith, Jean and John Fernald.

The big winner of the day was the RHS Alumni Scholarship Fund that realized just over $7,900 from the event.  Thanks and appreciation to all who contributed to the success of the outing.

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