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Posted May 20, 2009 | Copyright © The Northern Virginia Daily
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Chamber golf event a success

MT. JACKSON -- The inaugural Shenandoah County Chamber Challenge Golf Tournament was held May 13 at Bryce Resort.

"Our first Chamber Challenge was a great success with golfers representing all five Chambers of Commerce from Strasburg to New Market," Sally Montrey, general manager of Bryce Resort, says in a press release. "The tournament was a perfect vehicle for raising funds for the Chambers and to provide the opportunity for business people in the county to meet and mingle and take part in a friendly competition."

Participants included Shenandoah County Tourism Director Susie Hill, New Market Mayor Larry Smith, Edinburg Mayor Dan Harshman, Mt. Jackson Town Councilman Bucky Miller and Steve Wood, assistant town manager of Edinburg.

Miller won the putting contest. The winner of the Gary B. Rutherford Memorial Trophy was a team comprised of members representing two different chambers: Roy Isom and Darren Burner, of Mt. Jackson, and Ray Zook and Jim Kilbride, of Strasburg. The team of Sally Montrey, Beth Hart and Trish Snyder, from Mt. Jackson, were the overall champions.

More than 20 area businesses sponsored the chamber event.

"We are so pleased with the results of our first year and look forward to increasing participation next year," Montrey says.

-- Daily Staff Report

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