People: Boy Scouts Tee Up Annual Golf Classic in Centreville

The Boy Scouts of America held its 20th Annual Sully District Golf Classic at the Chantilly National Golf and Country Club in Centreville. Supporting the charity golf tournament were the following sponsors: Pruitt Foundation; WiSC Enterprises; AOC Solutions; Eagle Home Mortgage (Chris "The Mortgage Guy" Downey); OMNI Systems; Seagate Technology; VSE Capital Realty, Inc.; TechTrend; William A. Hazel, Inc.; NOVEC; Dulles Golf Center and Sports Park; G&C Auto Service; Jersey Mike's Subs of Chantilly; McConn Construction; and Chick-Fil-A of Chantilly. Also supporting the tournament were many local businesses that provided auction items and raffle gifts.

The honorary golf tournament chairman this year was Chief Ed Roessler of the Fairfax Police Department and represented by Captain Dean Lay of Sully District.

The tournament was a scramble format and the winning team was Eagle Home Mortgage comprised of Chris Downey, Bill Casey, Todd Martin, and Steve Davis. Davis also won the "before tournament" putting contest.

During play, George Murdock won closest to the pin, John Adams won the men's longest drive, and Lisa Lachick won the women's longest drive.

At the end of the day there was a parent / child golf clinic provided by Kirby Struhar of Dulles Golf Center and Sports Park. An evening meal was held at the clubhouse where the awards were handed out and there was a raffle and silent auction.

The Boy Scouts golf committee included Robert Guers, Hondo Davids, Aaron Bills, Doug Carlson, Michael Groover, Dan Palenscar, Bill Schoonmaker, Joe Swartz, and Carlos Vallejo.

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