Sunny skies for ‘Science on the Green’ |

Sunny skies for ‘Science on the Green’

Carolyn Pope
Carolyn PopeKim Morrill and Kathy Borgen.

This year, the weather cooperated. It was a spectacular Red Sky day, and the golfers were in golfer heaven.

The fundraiser was “Science on the Green,” a fundraiser for the Gore Range Natural Science School. The modified scramble meant each foursome could use the best drive and play from there. Each entrant had the opportunity to buy up to three “Marmots,” which equaled one stroke as soon as their ball was on the green.

The winning players included: the Millennium Bank team of Dan Patten, Matt Spencer, Dave Viele and Henry Reed. Second place went to Janet Hill, Jeff Koch, Bobbi Hagerman, Rollie Kjesbo. Janet Hill and Mike Connell were closest to the pin and Bobbi Hagerman and Dave Viele had the longest drives.

Gore Range Natural Science School is a nonprofit educational organization that provides natural science education to over 12,000 people annually, including 2,000 school children across the valley. You can visit its Web site for more information at

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