Copley Scramble

Judith Wine of Stowe, at right, won the putting contest at the Copley Scramble. Other competitors, from left: Tom Whitney, Jim Mogan, Jerrine Gangas, Michael Sweatman and Robi Hodge.

The 32nd annual Copley Scramble Golf Tournament, held at the Stowe Country Club, raised $16,500 for Copley Hospital’s charitable care program, which helps patients receive care regardless of ability to pay.

Many businesses were supporters and sponsors of the event.

“It was is a great feeling to see so many people understand how important Copley is to our community, and how much their support is needed,” said Dean Mudgett, the hospital’s director of development and community relations.

Team prizes for gross and net scores were awarded.

• Gross scores: first, with a 61, Renaye and Ben Novogroski, Scott Keyes and Dom Foti; second, with a 61, Bill Hunt, Chris Altadonna, Walter Frame and Guy Fortin; third, with a score of 64, Mark Antell, Nick Antell, Andrew Antell and Ethan Hutchins.

• Net scores (adjusted handicap): first, with a score of 55, Hal Stevens, Jim Hodge, Michael Sweatman and Sebastian Sweatman; second, with a score of 57, Lynn Altadonna, Mary Skelton, Gordon Decker and George Gunn; third, with a score of 61, Jim and Pat Mogan and David and Mary Jean Coddaire; fourth, with a score of 61, Michele Pressman, Debbie Levy, Judith Wine and Steven Levine.

After the tournament, six golfers competed in a putting contest. The winner, Judith Wine of Stowe, this year’s Putting Contest winner, went home with a certificate for an overnight stay and breakfast at Trapp Family Lodge.

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