|Congratulations to our 22nd Annual Spring Scramble winners
"The Good Samaritan Golf Tournament went just super, the best weather ever and many golfers who all appeared to be having a wonderful time. Over $18,000 raised will go a long way in providing emergency assistance to those we serve," said Martha Buckman, GSC Executive Director.
"The golf course was great to work with and I had a terrific committee of board members, community members and staff. There are just a lot of wonderful people in this community who know how to come together to help others and if they have a good time while doing this ... all the better," Buckman said.
A Flight winners for 2014 are:
First place - Dean and Melissa Berry, Alivia Seely and Amber Ratza
Second place - Jeff Vineyard, Deb Vineyard and Bob Hart
Third place - Dave Haugland, Jeremiah Titus, Scott Guthrie, Johnny Conrick
Fourth place - Joe Edmundson, Tim Dugan, Calan McConkey, John Bowen
B Flight winners for 2014 are:
First place - Kevin Duesck, Gary Schmidt, Roger Gatlin, and Rich Andrew
Second place - Dan Paige, Jim Tucker, Steve Bean and Neil Buckman
Third place - Benny Cain, Jim Hughes, Harold Harbough, Denny McClain
Fourth place - Travis Overholtzer, Barry Krevitz, Kent Clower and Randy Campbell
First place - Jeff Chappel
Second place - Kevin Duesck
There was no winner in the hole-in-one contest.
NKC Golf Tournament benefits Center work
Pictured from left are John Hill, GSC Board of Director, Martha Buckman, GSC Executive Director, Peggy Schmidt, NKC Hospital CEO, and Martin Conrad, GSC Board President.
The Good Samaritan Center of Excelsior Springs was a major recipient of funds from the 21st Annual North Kansas City Hospital Golf Tournament held in September. The Chip in for Charity Open has been helping nonprofits since 1993.
The GSC board and staff want to thank everyone who was involved in making this a successful event for NKC Hospital and helping to provide much needed services to local families.
Art and Photography Camp work showcased in August
New this year, 24 children participated as campers and helpers in the Good Samaritan Center Art and Photography Camp. The children were introduced to several art forms including drawing, painting, chalk art, photography, and more.
The program, headed up by Philip Popejoy, featured guests artists Roberta Hammer and Linda David and photographer Ellen Richardson. A daily digital camera class was provided by photographer Kevin Morgan. Student photos will be featured during the Second Friday Art Crawl at various galleries in downtown Excelsior Springs on Friday, Aug. 9 through auction at the Tables by Design event to be held Tuesday, Sept. 17.
Our thanks to Gregg Williams, who visited during the class, and the Gregg Williams Foundation for making this program possible!
Tortoise & Hare 5K Race Day Awards
The Annual Tortoise and Hare 5K Race Day was held Saturday, April 20. More than 200 persons turned out to compete in the 5K Run and 2 mile walk. The event was a unique experience focused less on speed and more on crazy color fun as sponsory Anytime Fitness brought "The Color Run" to Excelsior Springs. Below are the race day results.
Overall Male: Ellis Gilham 19:50
Overall Female: Janel Rebello 21:05
|Mens 12 & Under
Michael Rebello 21:01
Zane Lohman 24:36
Hunter Chappel 24:52
Connor Lawrence 24:57
Jonathan Pavlicek 27:15
Andy Dale 30:04
Phillip Starostica 46:12
Dan Lloyd 19:52
William J. Griem Jr. 20:16
Nathan Ishmael 21:01
Ray Roberts 20:28
Lann Wasson 22:58
Greg Cline 27:36
Jeff Maynard 22:39
|Womens 12 & Under
Paige Roberts 25:01
Marissa Roberts 26:36
Zacalen Lohman 29:09
Amy Madrogal 25:42
Lyndsey Gooding 28:54
Emily Harris 31:41
Kelli Nelson 23:27
Molly Jasinksi 26:35
Rebekah Marcotte 27:39
Vanessa Griem 2:33
Dana Thomas 26:56
Brandy Jackson 27:12
Kim Siegel 28:31
Laura Webb 32:33
Kathy Clevenger 34:08
Carol Hafeman 25:13
Donna Hill 30:01
Rebecca Maynard 33:01
The Good Samaritan Center offers Celebrate Recovery meetings at 7:30 p.m. every Tuesday at the center.
This meeting is for those who are struggling with difficult habits or feel as if they feel they do not have a firm grasp on all that is going on in their life.
To register with a caseworker or for more information call (816) 630-2718, ext. 28.
For additional classes and programs currently available at the Good Samaritan Center building, click here.