2-Man scramble benefits UCAP

Todd Williams (from left), David Dumas and Jay Kumar line up their putts during Saturday’s UCAP tournament.

By Bonnie Culverhouse

Final totals are still out on the weekend’s golf tournament benefitting United Christian Assistance Program.

“We still have a few hole sponsors that have not paid, but they will,” said John Earnhardt, UCAP board member. “They always do.”

Earnhardt said once all expenses are covered, he expects it will be another record year.

“We had 59 teams, which is good,” he added.

The annual 2-man scramble is usually UCAP’s largest fundraiser.

UCAP is an interdenominational coalition of Minden area Churches. United Christian Assistance Program’s sole purpose is to provide emergency, to south Webster residents only and stranded transients.

The services offered by UCAP are confidential and UCAP does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, creed, color, age or national origin.

UCAP is active in providing emergency assistance and referral services. Assistance may include clothing, household items, certain prescription medications, food, utility or rent assistance.

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