Stonykill Course Fund

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Re: Stonykill Course Fund

Post by germs » Tue Nov 05, 2019 8:43 am

+ $13 from the last week of league
+ $5 from drop box
- $117 that I still owed Gene

$853.11 in the fund.

Mel, sorry I never got back to you about the mower, we now have two riding mowers, a trailer for the new one, 2 working push mowers, 3 weedwhackers, lots of tools... Course maintenance will not be an issue in 2020 due to equipment, just need manpower and volunteers. I'm sure most of it will be handled before leagues. If you want to see the new mower feel free to look under the tarp behind the shed.

Plans for 2019-2020 are to install marked, signed, gravel short tees on holes 10-18 and to continue work on a few more holes that will start after hole 12. I'd also like to make the longer/alternate tees on 1-9 gravel and more permanent.

On another note, today is election day. Let's hope we get a friendlier town council elected this time.
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Re: Stonykill Course Fund

Post by MichiganJeff » Wed Nov 06, 2019 8:43 am

germs wrote:
Tue Nov 05, 2019 8:43 am

On another note, today is election day. Let's hope we get a friendlier town council elected this time.
Boom. Nancy Negative is out as Chatham Supervisor.
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Re: Stonykill Course Fund

Post by Mel » Tue Nov 12, 2019 2:07 pm

germs wrote:
Tue Nov 05, 2019 8:43 am
+ $13 from the last week of league
+ $5 from drop box
- $117 that I still owed Gene

$853.11 in the fund.

Mel, sorry I never got back to you about the mower, we now have two riding mowers, a trailer for the new one, 2 working push mowers, 3 weedwhackers, lots of tools... Course maintenance will not be an issue in 2020 due to equipment, just need manpower and volunteers. I'm sure most of it will be handled before leagues. If you want to see the new mower feel free to look under the tarp behind the shed.

Plans for 2019-2020 are to install marked, signed, gravel short tees on holes 10-18 and to continue work on a few more holes that will start after hole 12. I'd also like to make the longer/alternate tees on 1-9 gravel and more permanent.

On another note, today is election day. Let's hope we get a friendlier town council elected this time.
Thanks for the update.

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