Golf Chair Keith Jones notifying disappointed duffers.
Because of Saturday’s rainy weather, the Sissonville Lions Golf Tournament has been postponed until Sunday, October 18th with tee time at 1:30 pm.
That means you have a second chance to register. For full information, just click over to http://sissonvillelions.com/golf/ download the registration form and send it in even if it does have the wrong date on it.
Proceeds for the tournament as well as other Sissonville Lions project go completely to Sissonville Lions charities. Golf tournament proceeds specifically, as well as others, are used to fund scholarships for Sissonville High School seniors.
For other information contact: Lion Keith Jones, P.O. Box 13395, Charleston, WV 25360 or phone (304) 984-9800 or email email@example.com
Thank you to all sponsors of the 2014 Sissonville Lions Scholarship Golf Tournament and especially to our premiere sponsor, Kine’s Family Pharmacy as well as our award sponsors: Cunningham-Parker-Johnson Funeral Home; Crouser & Associates; Jones Law Group; and Structured Financial Associates.
No tournament would be complete without Hole Sponsors. This year we are thankful for our fine friends at: Berthold Law Firm; Calvin Broyles Jewelers; Capitol Beverage Company; Carolyn Sue’s Flowers & Gifts; Ciccarello Del Giudice and Lafon; Crouser & Associates; Dandy Dan the Carpet Man; Jones Law Group; Kine’s Family Pharmacy; Lisa Godwin-State Farm Insurance; Long & Fisher Funeral Home; Performance Drilling LLC; Poca Valley Bank; Red Carpet Lounge; Rickey’s Heavy Truck Parts; Save-A-Lot; Snodgrass Funeral Home; Stan’s Backhoe & Septic Service; Steve Atwood; Structured Financial Associates; Swamp Fox Tavern; Tobacco Stop; and WesBanco.
Proceeds of the tournament allow the Sissonville Lions to sponsor scholarships for deserving seniors at Sissonville High School. Thank you one and all!
It was recognition night on May 28, 2014 for the five Sissonville High School students presented with $1,000 scholarships by the Sissonville Lions Club. Pictured (left to right): Tom Crouser, club president; Brittany Harding, recipient; Shanna Casto, Sissonville High school counselor; and Clifford Cunningham, scholarship committee chairman. . Scholarship recipients were: Andriella Gill, Brittany Harding, Jerrod Coles, Stephanie King and Tiffany Thomas. Sissonville Lions Club has now provided some $35,000 of scholarships to local students. The club meets the second and fourth Tuesdays at 6:30 pm in Aldersgate United Methodist Church activities building.
Over 60 duffers teed off in the annual Sissonville Lions Club Scholarship Golf Outing on a gorgeous Saturday (June 15, 2013) at the Greenhills Country Club near Ravenswood. This ninth annual event and predecessors has yielded some $40,000 in scholarship funds for students at Sissonville High School. Although three scholarships are usually awarded, this year four seniors received $1,000 scholarships. Uniquely, these scholarships aren’t for college, rather are for those attending trade or technical schools where there are little or no scholarship funds available. The event also allows the club to send one participant each to Boy’s State as well as Girl’s State. Continue reading
A 2007 Rocket Race Car owned by J.R. Weekly (in driver’s seat) drew tons of fans at the 2013 Sissonville Spring Fever Car Show along with a companion race car also owned by him.
The largest showing of autos since the inception of the Sissonville Spring Fever Car Show took place Saturday (April 14, 2013) at Sissonville Middle School. A total of 126 vehicles from as far away as Ohio took part in this first regional show of the season.
Capturing Best of Show was a 1949 Super Buick owned by David Kinder of Charleston (all winners are from Sissonville-Charleston area unless otherwise noted). Capturing Best MOPAR (Chrysler, Dodge family) was a 1947 Plymouth Coupe owed by Charles and Marie Higgins. Best GM auto went to a 1966 Chevy Impala Sport Coupe owned by Gene and Wanda Fink of Marietta, Ohio. And the Best Ford was a 1953 F350 owned by Robbie Watson of Branchland, WV. Continue reading