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CAI-MN Golf Tournament Recap - July 24, 2013
The 2013 CAI-MN Golf Tournament certainly lived up to the hype of being the organization’s highlight of the summer. Except for a few poorly hit golf balls, everything was nearly flawless. The meals were fantastic, the networking was great, and you couldn’t have ordered better weather. Sponsors also added some color to the course with a variety of games, giveaways, and exhibits. There were even some foursomes dressed up in themes.
A big thank-you goes out to Crystal Pingel and the Golf Committee for their efforts. When asked how the golf tournament went, Crystal responded, "It was great to see many familiar faces and meet new ones. I heard from many that this was their highlight of the summer and they really enjoyed the event. The weather couldn’t have been more perfect and the variety in the event will continue to be built on as we look into 2014’s event. Thanks again to all of the sponsors and attendees for making it a memorable event!”
Joel Starks was also a major contributor at the event and he had the following insights to add in recap of the tournament: "Another summer has come and gone. We surely enjoyed all of the great weather, the great friendships and networking opportunities. This year’s event at Stone Ridge Golf Club was spectacular. I would like to point out some of the great individuals who made it such a success, including the Ewald staff of Monte, Kelly, and Joanne. The committee was also on its toes this year with the new bright red shirts courtesy of Birch Lawn. Get this event on your schedule and plan for next year’s to be even more exciting. If you have any ideas, thoughts on making the event better, or simply have input, do not hesitate to send us your comments. We are always looking to make this event bigger and better!”
We hope to see you at next year’s CAI-MN Golf Tournament on July 23, 2014! Keep your eyes open for the early-birdie rates next year.
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