Winners of the 2019 Bob Cup are Rick Hendrickson, left, and Frank Catelli. Submitted photo

Winners of the 2019 Bob Cup are Rick Hendrickson, left, and Frank Catelli. Submitted photo

Annual Bob Cup golf tourney in Sequim raises $19K for Clallam Mosaic

Another tourney, another big boost for Clallam Mosaic.

The fourth-annual Bob Cup charity golf tournament saw 30 golfers and others come together to raise more than $19,000 for Mosaic, a local nonprofit working to empower individuals with special needs..

The majority of the income — collected via Between sponsors, registration fees, silent and live auctions, barbecue attendees, raffle tickets and open donations — will be set aside for creation of a permanent location for Mosaic services and the remaining portion to support existing organization activities, Mosaic representatives said.

“The Bob Cup is becoming a summer golfing tradition,” Mary Jane Duncan, organizer of the tournament, said. “Support from members of the business community and individuals keeps growing.”

Throughout the day there was an array of on-course challenges like closest to pin awards, put a ball in the boat on the pond at hole No. 17, and the ever popular “Putt for Wine” on the practice green.

As the teams finished their play, another 42 people joined in the fun with both live and silent auctions, raffles and the popular barbecue.

Sponsors included Alaska Airlines and a number of local community businesses: Bell & Bell PLLC; Berneking Concrete Homes; Blake Tile & Stone; Brother’s Plumbing; Cole’s Jewelers; Edward Jones Frank Catelli; First Federal; Haley MacFarlane Const. Inc.; Hi-Way 101 Diner; H2O Plumbing Contractors; Juan de Fuca Cottages; Kalo & Don, The AFLAC Guys; Kirsch Electric; Koenig Subaru; Les Schwab; Mariners Café; Mark McHugh Real Estate; Oak Table; Olympic Ambulance; Sean Clift Mortgage Co.; Seven Cedars Casino; Sound Community Bank; Steve Gish Attorney at Law, and Wilder Auto.

The 2020 Bob Cup Golf Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, July 25.

The Bob Cup was created in memory of longtime Sequim resident Robert “Bob” Raymond Duncan, a husband, father, avid golfer and an Alaska Airlines pilot.

For more information about Clallam Mosaic, visit www.clallammosaic.org.

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