Livestock Boosters 1st Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Submitted by ts on Wed, 09/23/2009 - 14:08
The Springville High and Maple Mountain FFA and 4-H Livestock Boosters held their first annual Charity Golf Tournament on Saturday, September 19. Congratulations to Bill Krauss and Denise Burns of Heber City and Steve and Tressa Stokes of Coalville--the winning team who received the “Grand Champion” belt buckle trophy. The Livestock Boosters organization raises money to “boost” the profits of the students in the FFA and 4-H who raise and sale livestock. A sincere thank you to Spanish Oaks Golf course for hosting our event and to our participants and many sponsors: Grand Champion Sponsors: Rob and Tracy Armstrong, Steve Martin of EMJ, Damon Bohn of Industrial Supply, Little Caesars, Andrew Hogue of New West Machines Tool, Ken Friel of North American Arms, Provo Les Schwab Tire Center, Michael Astill of P S Hughes Co, and Texas Road House. Reserves Champion Sponsors: A & M Grind--Robert Glad, DGI--Lynn Kartchner, Sunroc, and Western Ag. Credit. Star Class Donors: Henry Bradford, Cabela’s, Mrs. Cavanaughs Candies, Mapleton Floral, Dr. Harold Davis of Mountain West Animal Hospital, Range Masters of Utah, and J. Neil Strong, CPA. FFA is a national youth organization of over 500,000 high school student members preparing for leadership and careers in the science, business and technology of agriculture. The National FFA Organization has 7,312 local chapters in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. FFA strives to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Visit for more information. 4-H has grown into a community of 6 million young people across America learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. 4-H can be found in every county in every state, as well as the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and over 80 countries around the world. The 4-H community also includes 3,500 staff, 518,000 volunteers, and 60 million alumni. 4-H'ers participate in fun, hands-on learning activities, supported by the latest research of land-grant universities for more information visit